Staff Permit T&Cs
Staff Parking Permit
From May 2021 we will no longer be issuing paper parking permits; instead we will issue e-permits. An e-permit is an electronic version of a paper permit. This allows the permit holder to park their vehicle on street without the need to display a physical permit in the windscreen.
- You will not be sent a paper permit in the post. You will receive an email confirmation stating you have an e-permit, and you will be able to start parking your vehicle once you have confirmation that your application has been processed. You do not need to print out or display anything in your vehicle.
- Our Civil Enforcement Officers are able to check permits by entering the number plate on their handheld devices. So long as you have a valid permit and are parked correctly you will not be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice.
- You will be able to change your personal details and vehicle details through your online account.
- The e-permit is only valid within the below car parks;
- Parrock Street Car Park
- Rathmore Road Car Park
- West Street Car Park
- Milton Place Car Park
- Ordnance Road Car Park
- Gurdwara Car Park
- Brookvale Car Park
- Your e-permit does not entitle you to any special exemption from any other restrictions within the car parks, such as disabled bays or parking outside of bay markings.
- You must not assign or transfer the e-permit to any person. The permit must only be used by the applicant. Under no circumstances must the permit be transferred to or used by or on behalf of another person.
- Permits are validated for one year and it is the employee’s responsibility to apply for a renewal via your online account.
- Should you resign from the Council’s service or have your employment terminated, the permit will be cancelled on your last day of service.
- A Staff e-permit does not guarantee the availability of a parking space.
- Staff E-permits are limited to one per person.
- Upon receipt of your application, we will contact your line manager (and HR for new applications) to confirm the application is permitted.
- E-permits remain the property of Gravesham Borough Council and may be cancelled if found to be misused.