Enquire about parking controls

Parking controls are introduced to manage parking on the public highway where relevant to do so.

There are two types of on-street parking controls:

  • ‘Prohibited’ parking - yellow lines or clearways where it is an offence to park on the adjacent carriageway, pavement or verge
  • ‘Permitted’ parking - parking bays, for example; pay and display or resident only zones

Parking controls may be introduced to:

  • ensure access is available to emergency services vehicles
  • keep the strategic road network clear of obstructions, especially during peak hours, for example; single yellow lines
  • provide parking spaces, for example; on-street pay and display or resident’s parking zones

How to find out more

If you would like to find out more about parking controls, see the questions and answers on the following page.

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