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Parking permits - residential, visitors and market traders

Parking permits

Coronavirus - resuming parking enforcement

From the week commencing Monday 29 March, we will be resuming our normal parking enforcement activities. Our Civil Enforcement Officers will issue advisory notices where motorists are parked in contravention of infringements and from week commencing 5 April, contraventions of restrictions will be fully enforced. The 7-day advisory notice will only apply to the restrictions where we had previously taken a more relaxed approach such as car parks and residential streets.

Vehicles parked on single or double yellow lines causing an obstruction or a safety risk to other road users will not be subject to the advisory notice period and will be issued with a penalty charge notice.

NHS staff, health and social care workers and NHS volunteers are still able to park for free in any of our car parks, as long as they display their COVID-19 parking permit.

Find out how to order or renew a permit.

We would urge everyone to continue practice social distancing where possible when using our car parks and for your safety and the safety of others please use the Just Park app or a bank card, if you can, to pay for your ticket.

Check car parks we operate

NHS staff, health and social care workers and NHS volunteers are still able to park for free in any of our car parks, as long as they display their COVID-19 parking permit.

Find out how to order or renew a permit

Please continue to practice social distancing where possible. When using our car parks and for your safety and the safety of others, please use the Just Park app or a bank card, if you can, to pay for your ticket.

Contact us

Email: parking@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk