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Parking St George's resident parking scheme

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See addresses included in the scheme and how to apply for a permit

Permits are available to residents, visitors, businesses, students and carers. Find out more about what you need to apply

Parking restrictions

Restrictions will be enforced from 1 November 2021.

Parking restrictions have now been introduced on the streets named within the St George's resident permit scheme.

Parking restrictions will be enforced between the hours of 8am and 6pm weekdays only. There are no restrictions in place during weekends.

Signs have been installed on street where the restrictions apply.

  • Permit holders can park for unlimited length of time within parking bays
  • Non-permit holders can park for up to 3 hours only during these times
  • The St George’s parking scheme will be identified by the code H3, which will be shown on the signs.
  • Only permits for the H3 area are valid in this scheme.
  • There are areas marked with:
    • double yellow lines (no waiting at any time)
    • single yellow lines (no waiting between the hours indicated by the sign) and
    • White Access Highlight Markings, also known as H-Bars. (access should be kept clear), for example in front of private driveways

We will withdraw misused permits and may take further action.

Your resident or business permit is only valid for your registration number – it's not transferable.

Deliveries

You don't need a permit for normal loading and unloading taking up to 45 minutes. But deliverers must then move on if they don't have a visitor permit.

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