Attendance parking permit terms and conditions
- Use of this permit is only valid when attending to resident’s needs whilst visiting their homes on official duty. It is not valid when the vehicle is being used to transport a resident, for example for medical appointments, or shopping trips. Any misuse of your permit may lead to prosecution.
- The permits are only valid in resident parking bays and are not valid in council car parks or on-street pay and display bays or on yellow lines.
- The permit may only be used in the same zone as that for which it is issued. The zone number is shown as the current permit location on your digital permit. Please check that the “R” number on the sign in the part of the street where you park, corresponds with the current permit location on your digital permit.
- Please be aware that bays displaying ‘C’ or ‘GM’ after the zone number are reserved for house in multiple occupancy or guest house permits only. These bays are not valid for any other permit.
- As a holder of an Attendance Carer permit, you do not have any entitlement to purchase visitor parking permits.
- Your permit is not valid for paying guests. Any misuse of your permit may lead to prosecution.
- You may use your permit on any ‘motor car’ with an unladen weight of less than 3050kg, but your permit is not valid on ‘commercial vehicles’ with an unladen weight of more than 1525kg. If you are unsure, whether your vehicle is classed as a ‘motor car’ or a ‘commercial vehicle’ and whether it satisfies the unladen weight requirements please check your vehicle registration document and/or vehicle manufacturer’s plate.
- If your vehicle is stolen, then a replacement permit will be issued on production of a crime reference number from the police to confirm the theft of your vehicle. If your vehicle is written off then a replacement permit will be issued on receipt of confirmation of the write-off from the police or the DVLA.
- City of York Council reserves the right to withdraw any permit found to have been improperly issued or used. If your permit is withdrawn or you are refused a permit, you have a right to appeal.
- The Resident Parking Scheme does not guarantee that a space will be available for you to park. Please note that you are not allowed to park in any other residents’ parking bays. The scheme merely provides permit holders with priority to park over non-permit holders in parking bays within a scheme’s area during the operative hours of those bays. If you are unable to find a parking space within your zone you must not park on yellow lines, your permit is not valid on yellow lines or in pay and display areas.
- A permit may be surrendered at any time by notifying Parking Services via your Permit Portal account.
- Please be aware that you are not able to park in a Residents Parking Zone until you have received confirmation that your permit has been approved and you have been issued with a permit number. A Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) will be issued to any vehicles parked without a valid permit. A permit application is not a permit and does not provide you with any exemptions from the parking regulations in place. A permit application will not be considered as a mitigating factor in any appeals received against the issue of a PCN.
- This is a formal contract and sets out the rules and obligations that you must follow in order to use the permit. You will need to read all the terms and conditions before accepting the agreement. A penalty charge notice may be issued and/or the permit withdrawn if any of the terms and conditions are not complied with.
- The permit is only for your use.
- The permit will no longer be valid if you no longer reside at the address or need to provide care to residents who are living at the address.
- The permit may be withdrawn if you misuse it.
- You must not sell or transfer the permit.
- It is an offence for a person knowingly to make a false statement for the purpose of obtaining a parking permit. The council will not hesitate to prosecute, and a conviction will result in substantial penalties. The council is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers and to this end may use the information you have provided for the prevention and detection of fraud. It may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes.
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