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Estate Parking Permits.

Estate Parking Permits and Applying

Resident’s parking

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Terms and Condition for Resident Permit

1. Only one permit will be issued per vehicle owner and up to four per household.

2. Permits are not transferable.

3. There will be a replacement charge for lost or damaged permits.

4. You can only apply for one replacement permit in any 12 month period. Where the council suspects that the permit is being misused, it reserves the right to refuse a replacement.

5. The council reserves the right, at any time, to withdraw a permit in the event of the person to whom it was issued ceasing to qualify or for misuse.

6. Permits displayed on untaxed vehicles are invalid and vehicles will be issued with a Penalty Enforcement Notice (PEN) which carries a financial penalty.

7. Your  permit will only be valid on the estate where you live, does not guarantee the use or availability of any space and is not valid within a Controlled Parking Zone on the public highway.

8. Disabled bays on estates covered by PRS are enforced. Residents parking in a disabled bay need to display a valid tax disc for the vehicle being used and a valid blue badge. Failure to display both will result in a PEN being issued.

9. If you sell your car then you must return your permit back to the office before any more permits can be issued.

Visitor’s permit

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Terms and Condition for Visitor Permit

1. Only one permit will be issued per household, to the Wandsworth Council tenant or leaseholder (*see note for tenants of leaseholders).

2. Permits are transferable between visitors and must be returned to the resident at the end of each visit.

3. There will be a replacement charge for lost or damaged permits.

4. You can only apply for one replacement permit in any 12 month period. Where the council suspects that the permit is being misused, it reserves the right to refuse a replacement.

5. The council reserves the right, at any time, to withdraw a permit in the event of the person to whom it was issued ceasing to qualify or for misuse.

6. Permits displayed on un-taxed vehicles are invalid and vehicles will be issued with a Penalty Enforcement Notice (PEN) which carries a financial penalty.

7. Your visitor’s permit will only be valid on the estate where you live, does not guarantee the use or availability of any space and is not valid within a Controlled Parking Zone on the public highway.

8. Disabled bays on estates covered by PRS are enforced. Residents parking in a disabled bay need to display a valid tax disc for the vehicle being used and a valid blue badge. Failure to display both will result in a PEN being issued.

Parking permits

RESIDENT PERMIT

VISITOR PERMIT
Who can apply?
  • Council tenants
  • Leaseholder
  • Tenants of leaseholders (Private tenants)
  • Council tenants
  • Lease holder
What proof do I need?
  • You must show vehicle registration (log book) with appropriate address and proof of residency.
  • You must show proof of identity and residency.
  • Tenants of leaseholders should contact their landlord.
How many permits can I apply for?
  • Up to four per household, only one for each vehicle owner.
  • One permit per household
Is there a charge?
  • No   [There is however a replacement charge for lost or damaged permits £18.00]
  • No  [There is however a replacement charge for lost or damaged permits £18.00]
How do I apply?

> The contact number for reporting parking violations / enforcement concerns is 020 8871 6660, Option 2.