Baywood Square & Yellowpine Way

Closed 15 Nov 2020

Opened 24 Sep 2020


The Council has received complaints about vehicles not belonging to local properties being parked for long periods of time in Baywood Square and Yellowpine Way. If supported by local residents, new permit parking controls could be introduced to try and resolve these issues.

We would like to know your view

How does permit parking work?

Permit parking controls could be introduced to only allow vehicles belonging to local properties, including those of their visitors, to park in the controlled roads during the times of operation.  The times of operation would be decided based on the feedback received to this consultation.

Signs would be erected at the start of the roads to indicate that parking past that point is for local permit holders only.  Repeater signs would be provided on lighting columns.  There would not be any new bay markings or yellow lines introduced, except for double yellow lines at junctions and bends on road safety grounds.  This arrangement means that residents and their visitors could continue to choose their own parking place, including in front of their own dropped kerb, when displaying a permit.

The plan below provides an overview of where these new permit controls could apply.

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How much do permits cost?

The cost of one resident permit, covering 12 months, is £20.  A second permit is available for £100 and any further permits cost £180.  Residents may also purchase Visitor tickets to give to their visitors at £7 for a book of 10 tickets.  Each Visitor ticket is valid for one whole day. 

Disabled badge holders and owners of fully electric vehicles may obtain their permit FREE of charge.  Six-month permits are also available.


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