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Zone TC04

The Permit Parking Area (PPA) is divided into ten zones – TC01 to TC10.

We issue permits based on which zone your street is in. This means your permit can only be used in whichever zone your property is in. It can't be used for any of the other zones.

You have only been provided information on Zone TC04, based on your street search.

What roads are in Zone TC04?

Although a PPA may not be in place in some main roads, some properties of these roads can apply for permits to park in a surrounding PPA. The table below provides information on the addresses that can apply for permits for a zone and the roads that those permits are valid. Please ensure you are entitled before applying to prevent disappointment.

Roads in Zone TC04
Who can apply to park in Zone TC04? Where are TC04 PPA permits valid?
Darnley Road (No’s 107 – 167 odd 82 – 170 even) Elmfield Close
Elmfield Close Essex Road
Essex Road Kent Road
Kent Road Lennox Road East
Lennox Road East Lynton Road
Old Road West (No’s 46 – 180 even) Portland Road
Portland Road The Avenue
The Avenue Weavers Close
Weavers Close  
Wrotham Road (No’s 95 – 185b odd 72 – 120 even)

*Permits only exempt the vehicle from the PPA restriction and do not exempt the vehicle from any other restrictions such as single yellow lines, double yellow lines and timed bay restrictions.

Please note, residents of Old Road West (No’s 141 – 187 odd 124 – 180 even), Wrotham Road (No’s 17 – 93 odd 30 – 70 even) and Darnley Road (all) are also permitted to apply for resident permits for the Residents Parking Scheme. This is a separate scheme.

A PPA permit only exempts the vehicle from the PPA restriction and is not valid in the residents scheme zone marked bays, in the same way a resident’s scheme permit is not on the PPA restriction. If your address also falls within the resident scheme boundaries and you would like information on this, please re-search your road and select the ‘Residents Scheme’ option.

What are the restrictions in Zone TC04?

The PPA restriction in TC04 applies from 11am to 12 noon, Monday to Friday. During these times a valid PPA permit must be displayed to be permitted to park.  A PPA does not require any road markings, they only require signs at entry/exit to the zone and smaller repeater signs throughout the zone. The signs will also confirm the restriction times.

There may be other restrictions within the zone, such as single yellow lines, double yellow lines and timed bay restrictions. Signs and/or markings on street will indicate the restriction that applies. Permits are not valid on these restrictions.

Restrictions are in force all year round.

Resident PPA Permits

New applications

What you need to know

  • The quickest way to apply is online.
  • Resident Permits cost £15 per permit and last for 12 months.
  • If you don’t attach the documentation requested below when applying, your permit will be delayed.
  • We aim to process applications within five working days. However this may not always be possible. Please allow additional time for postage of your permit. Permits are automatically sent to the address provided.
  • Alternative parking arrangements must be made whilst waiting for your new permit to arrive. Simply applying for a permit does not grant permission to park.
  • Renewal reminders are only sent via email and therefore a valid email address should be provided. Emails are sent from parking.permits@gravesham.gov.uk so to avoid this reminder going to your junk/spam email, please ensure the email address is added to your contacts.
  • Whilst you can choose the start date of your permit, our system will automatically enter the earliest start date allowed, seven working days from the date of the application. This allows five working days for processing of the application plus an additional two working days for postage of the permit.

What do I need to provide?

  • Proof of residency dated within the last three months. Proof can be in the form of utility bills, bank statements or tenancy agreements. Driving licences are not accepted as proof of residency.
  • Personal vehicles - your current V5C (log book) showing the vehicle is registered to you at the address you reside or
  • Company vehicles - A typed, printed letter from your employer on letterhead paper confirming you use the vehicle and take it back to your property.

If your V5C has not yet been changed to the correct address please supply a copy of your old V5C or, if the V5C has not yet been changed into your name please supply a copy of the new keepers slip or vehicle insurance documents – in both cases a temporary permit will be issued.

When you apply for a permit for the first time, you will need to register your details. At the end of the application, you will receive a unique 'Applicant ID' which all of your permits will be linked to. Please keep a note of this ID; you'll need it when you need to renew your permit or when applying for visitor permits.

Please do not create duplicate Applicant IDs, it can slow down your application.

If you don't know whether you already have an Applicant ID, please email parking.permits@gravesham.gov.uk. We aim to respond to emails within five working days.

Declaration

I certify that I live at the declared address and wish to apply for a permit to park the vehicle described.

I understand that the permit remains the property of Gravesham Borough Council and that replacements will be charged for. I understand that permits are not transferable and the facility may be withdrawn if the permit is found to have been misused. I understand that if fraudulent applications are detected or if terms of use are breached this permit will not be valid and my vehicle will be subject to enforcement action.

I understand that any permit issued to me is conditional on my informing Gravesham Borough Council in writing and surrendering the permit in case of:

  • Moving from the stated address
  • Selling the vehicle
  • Changing the vehicle (replacement permit charged at £5)
  • Adaptation of the vehicle or change in its use so that details given are no longer correct

Warning: Misuse of a permit can result in a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) being issued and the permit being cancelled.

By selecting the below button you agree to the above declaration.

In addition, by selecting the below button you consent to us collecting and storing the personal data you provide for the service requested. For more information on how we use your personal data please read our Privacy Notice.

Renewals

What you need to know

  • The quickest way to apply is online.
  • Resident Permits cost £15 per permit and last for 12 months.
  • If you don’t attach the documentation requested below when applying, your permit will be delayed.
  • We aim to process applications within five working days. However this may not always be possible. Please allow additional time for postage of your permit. Permits are automatically sent to the address provided.
  • Alternative parking arrangements must be made whilst waiting for your new permit to arrive, if your current permit expires. Simply applying for a permit does not grant permission to park.

What do I need to provide?

  • Proof of residency dated within the last three months. Proof can be in the form of utility bills, bank statements or tenancy agreements. Driving licences are not accepted as proof of residency.
  • Personal vehicles - your current V5C (log book) showing the vehicle is registered to you at the address you reside or
  • Company vehicles - A typed, printed letter from your employer on letterhead paper confirming you use the vehicle and take it back to your property.

When your previous permit was issued, you were given a unique 'Applicant ID' which all of your permits are linked to. This should be used when applying for your renewal, along with your resident permit number. It can be found on your previous permit letter or on your renewal reminder email.

You’ll need to know the expiry date of your current permit so that you can choose the correct start date when asked for the date you wish the permit to start. Once you have entered a date and submitted your application, we cannot change this so please ensure you choose the correct start date.

Please do not create duplicate Applicant IDs, it can slow down your application. If you don't know whether you already have an Applicant ID, please email parking.permits@gravesham.gov.uk. We aim to respond to emails within five working days.

Declaration

I certify that I live at the declared address and wish to apply for a permit to park the vehicle described.

I understand that the permit remains the property of Gravesham Borough Council and that replacements will be charged for. I understand that permits are not transferable and the facility may be withdrawn if the permit is found to have been misused. I understand that if fraudulent applications are detected or if terms of use are breached this permit will not be valid and my vehicle will be subject to enforcement action.

I understand that any permit issued to me is conditional on my informing Gravesham Borough Council in writing and surrendering the permit in case of:

  • Moving from the stated address
  • Selling the vehicle
  • Changing the vehicle (replacement permit charged at £5)
  • Adaptation of the vehicle or change in its use so that details given are no longer correct

Warning: Misuse of a permit can result in a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) being issued and the permit being cancelled.

By selecting the below button you agree to the above declaration.

In addition, by selecting the below button you consent to us collecting and storing the personal data you provide for the service requested. For more information on how we use your personal data please read our Privacy Notice.

Change of vehicle

What you need to know

  • The quickest way to apply is online.
  • Replacements cost £5 and you will be given a replacement that has the same expiry date as your existing permit.
  • If you don’t attach the documentation requested below when applying, your permit will be delayed.
  • Alternative parking arrangements must be made whilst waiting for your new permit to arrive. Simply applying for a permit does not grant permission to park.

What do I need to provide?

  • Personal vehicles - your current V5C (log book) showing the vehicle is registered to you at the address you reside or
  • Company vehicles - A typed, printed letter from your employer on letterhead paper confirming you use the vehicle and take it back to your property.
  • Your previous permit will need to be returned
  • If the V5C has not yet been changed into your name please supply a copy of the new keepers slip or vehicle insurance documents and a temporary permit will be issued. If you are unable to return your previous permit before applying for your replacement, a temporary permit will be issued for a week for you to return this.

    Lost Permit

    What you need to know

    • The quickest way to apply is online.
    • Replacements cost £5 and you will be given a replacement that has the same expiry date as your existing permit.
    • Once the lost permit has been identified, it will be cancelled and our officers informed that it is no longer valid for use. Use of the permit will lead to the issuing of a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).
    • Alternative parking arrangements must be made whilst waiting for your new permit to arrive. Simply applying for a permit does not grant permission to park.

    To apply for a replacement you will need to know the permit number that has been lost. If you do not know this, you can find this out by emailing parking.permits@gravesham.gov.uk with your applicant ID and the permit numbers of any remaining permits. Once you know the lost permit number, you can use the online form below.

    What do I need to provide?

    • Proof of residency dated within the last three months. Proof can be in the form of utility bills, bank statements, tenancy agreements etc. Driving licences are not accepted as proof of residency.

    Visitor PPA Permits

    New applications

    What you need to know

    • The quickest way to apply is online.
    • Visitor Permits cost £15 per permit and last for 12 months.
    • If you don’t attach the documentation requested below when applying, your permit will be delayed.
    • We aim to process applications within five working days. However this may not always be possible. Please allow additional time for postage of your permit. Permits are automatically sent to the address provided.
    • Alternative parking arrangements must be made whilst waiting for your new permit to arrive. Simply applying for a permit does not grant permission to park.
    • We can only issue one visitor permit per property.
    • Renewal reminders are only sent via email and therefore a valid email address should be provided. Emails are sent from parking.permits@gravesham.gov.uk so to avoid this reminder going to your junk/spam email, please ensure the email address is added to your contacts.
    • Whilst you can choose the start date of your permit, our system will automatically enter the earliest start date allowed, seven working days from the date of the application. This allows five working days for processing of the application plus an additional two working days for postage of the permit.
    • Please note that when applying, our online system may ask if your vehicle is a motorbike. You can simply ignore this question and continue with your application.

    What do I need to provide?

    • Proof of residency dated within the last three months. Proof can be in the form of utility bills, bank statements or tenancy agreements. Driving licences are not accepted as proof of residency.

    When you apply for a permit for the first time, you will need to register your details. At the end of the application, you will receive a unique 'Applicant ID' which all of your permits will be linked to. Please keep a note of this ID; you'll need it when you need to renew your permit or when applying for visitor permits.

    Please do not create duplicate Applicant IDs, it can slow down your application. If you don't know whether you already have an Applicant ID, please email parking.permits@gravesham.gov.uk. We aim to respond to emails within five working days.

    Declaration

    I certify that I live at the declared address and wish to apply for a permit to park the vehicle described.

    I understand that the permit remains the property of Gravesham Borough Council and that replacements will be charged for. I understand that permits are not transferable and the facility may be withdrawn if the permit is found to have been misused. I understand that if fraudulent applications are detected or if terms of use are breached this permit will not be valid and my vehicle will be subject to enforcement action.

    I understand that any permit issued to me is conditional on my informing Gravesham Borough Council in writing and surrendering the permit in case of:

    • Moving from the stated address

    Warning: Misuse of a permit can result in a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) being issued and the permit being cancelled.

    By selecting the below button you agree to the above declaration.

    In addition, by selecting the below button you consent to us collecting and storing the personal data you provide for the service requested. For more information on how we use your personal data please read our Privacy Notice.

    Renewals

    What you need to know

    • The quickest way to apply is online.
    • Visitor Permits cost £15 per permit and last for 12 months.
    • If you don’t attach the documentation requested below when applying, your permit will be delayed.
    • We aim to process applications within five working days. However this may not always be possible. Please allow additional time for postage of your permit. Permits are automatically sent to the address provided.
    • Alternative parking arrangements must be made whilst waiting for your new permit to arrive, if your current permit expires. Simply applying for a permit does not grant permission to park.
    • Please note that when renewing, our online system may ask if your vehicle is a motorbike. You can simply ignore this question and continue with your application.

    What do I need to provide?

    • Proof of residency dated within the last three months. Proof can be in the form of utility bills, bank statements or tenancy agreements. Driving licences are not accepted as proof of residency.

    When your previous permit was issued, you were given a unique 'Applicant ID' which all of your permits are linked to. This should be used when applying for your renewal, along with your resident permit number. It can be found on your previous permit letter or on your renewal reminder email.

    You’ll need to know the expiry date of your current permit so that you can choose the correct start date when asked for the date you wish the permit to start. Once you have entered a date and submitted your application, we cannot change this so please ensure you choose the correct start date.

    Please do not create duplicate Applicant IDs, it can slow down your application. If you don't know whether you already have an Applicant ID, please email parking.permits@gravesham.gov.uk. We aim to respond to emails within five working days.

    Declaration

    I certify that I live at the declared address and wish to apply for a permit to park the vehicle described.

    I understand that the permit remains the property of Gravesham Borough Council and that replacements will be charged for. I understand that permits are not transferable and the facility may be withdrawn if the permit is found to have been misused. I understand that if fraudulent applications are detected or if terms of use are breached this permit will not be valid and my vehicle will be subject to enforcement action.

    I understand that any permit issued to me is conditional on my informing Gravesham Borough Council in writing and surrendering the permit in case of:

    • Moving from the stated address

    Warning: Misuse of a permit can result in a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) being issued and the permit being cancelled.

    By selecting the below button you agree to the above declaration.

    In addition, by selecting the below button you consent to us collecting and storing the personal data you provide for the service requested. For more information on how we use your personal data please read our Privacy Notice.

    Lost Permit

    What you need to know

    • The quickest way to apply is online.
    • Replacements cost £5 and you will be given a replacement that has the same expiry date as your existing permit.
    • Once the lost permit has been identified, it will be cancelled and our officers informed that it is no longer valid for use. Use of the permit will lead to the issuing of a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).
    • Alternative parking arrangements must be made whilst waiting for your new permit to arrive. Simply applying for a permit does not grant permission to park.

    To apply for a replacement you will need to know the permit number that has been lost. If you do not know this, you can find this out by emailing parking.permits@gravesham.gov.uk with your applicant ID and the permit numbers of any remaining permits. Once you know the lost permit number, you can use the online form below.

    What do I need to provide?

    • Proof of residency dated within the last three months. Proof can be in the form of utility bills, bank statements, tenancy agreements etc. Driving licences are not accepted as proof of residency.

    Changing your contact details

    How to change your details

    It is important we have the most up to date contact details for you as we may need to contact you regarding your permits, for example emails to remind you of your permit expiry.

    You can check and amend your contact details using the form below.

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