London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Permit Terms & Conditions

a. To qualify for a Resident Parking Permit, the address on the application form must be your usual place of residence.

b. Resident parking permit is only valid for use in marked resident parking bays (or shared-use bays) within the zone for which it was issued.

c. It is the responsibility of the permit holder to ensure that he/she is parked entirely within a resident permit holder’s bay or, if applicable, a shared use permit bay within the zone of issue and the permit is clearly displayed to avoid incurring a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).

d. Maximum size of the vehicles for which the application is being made must not exceed 2.3m in height or 5.25m in length. If any vehicle using a permit exceeds these specifications, the permit shall be rendered invalid.

e. It is the liability of a permit holder to:

i. Submit an application for any new vehicle as permits are non-transferable.

ii. Submit a renewal application within 30 days of the expiry of the current permit.

f. Having a resident permit does not guarantee availability of a parking space.

g. Residential permits are refundable under certain circumstances and will be refunded on a pro-rata basis plus an administrative fee.

h. Being in possession of a resident permit does not waiver any parking regulations and enforcement regime.   If a permit holder is in breach of any parking restriction, he/she will be liable to a PCN.

i. Permit holders are not allowed to sell goods from their vehicles.

j. If a permit holder no longer lives in a Controlled Parking Zone or sells their vehicle, the permit must be surrendered.

k. Permits will NOT be issued if the applicant has up to 3 outstanding Penalty Charge Notice(s) in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.

m. Vehicles and their contents are parked entirely at the owners’ risk and the Council accepts no liability for any damage to vehicles whilst parked in a resident bay.

n. The Council reserves the right to refuse or withdraw a permit if the applicant attempts to fraudulently obtain or use a permit.

o. The Council may withdraw any resident parking permit if payment made by cheque, or credit/debit card is subsequently dishonoured.

p. The Council reserves the right to carry out random permit application checks at any time. If the documents requested are not supplied, the council reserves the right to suspend or withdraw the permit until the documents requested are received.