Coronavirus (COVID-19) parking advice
Parking restrictions enforcement
The enforcement of all parking restrictions has now restarted. This will enable us to respond to the increase in traffic levels on local roads, enforce resident permit bays in Controlled Parking Zones, on-street Pay and Park and limited wait bays.
Health care and critical workers displaying the locally arranged Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust pass and national parking pass issued by their employer will continue to be able to park in resident permit bays, shared use bays, Pay and Park bays and our car parks free of charge, pending any change of policy by the Government. Parking in bus stops, taxi ranks, suspended bays, disabled bays (without a blue badge), zigzags or on yellow lines obstructing pedestrians or traffic is not permitted.
Our car parks are open 24 hours a day (excluding Water Gardens (North) Hemel Hempstead, Monday to Sunday, 6am to 6pm). We advise customers to pay by phone if possible and by contactless card if not. As with touching any other street furniture, we recommend washing or sanitising your hands after using the Pay and Park machines. Lines have been marked around the Pay and Park machines in our car parks to help maintain social distancing. For more information about our car parks, including location, prices and maximum stay. please visit our car parks page.
For information concerning privately owned car parks (such as Marlowes Shopping Centre, Riverside, NCP, Waitrose, Apsley retail park, London Northwestern, and Jarman Park) please visit individual websites.
All waiting restrictions are now being enforced.
We recommend that Pay and Park payment is made by contactless card and that you wash or sanitise your hands after use.
Residential areas (including Controlled Parking Zones)
All waiting restrictions are now being enforced in CPZs and other residential areas.
Residents in Controlled Parking zones should check that their resident permit has not expired and reapply for one if it has.
If you have a street or neighbourhood WhatsApp group, Facebook or similar, please use these to help any neighbours who may still require parking where there are waiting restrictions to find safe off-street parking.
Residents requiring advice concerning resident permits or visitor parking sessions can email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01908 223505.
Penalty Charge Notices, permit and visitor parking sessions
Please address queries concerning Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs/parking tickets), resident permits and visitor parking sessions to email@example.com or telephone 01908 223505. As our colleagues are working from home, we request your understanding if any calls are interrupted by children or other family sounds.
Suspensions and dispensations
Find out more about how to obtain a suspension or dispensation.
Until further notice, we will not be responding to requests for new parking restrictions or any other non-critical requests.