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Parking Permit

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Annual Parking Permits are available to: residents, non-residents and businesses of Conwy County Borough.

  • Residents: £80.00 + 20% VAT = £96.00 
  • Non-residents: £160.00 + 20% VAT = £192.00 
  • Businesses: £160.00 + 20% VAT = £192.00

Please note that VAT will be added to all permits as from the 1st January 2014 all permits.

Apply for / renew a residential parking permit

All applications and renewals must be made by post to:

Parking Services
PO BOX 146
Llandudno
Conwy
LL30 9BR

If you have any queries, please contact parking@conwy.gov.uk or phone (01492) 576622

Payment

Cheques should be made payable to: 'Conwy County Borough Council'

You must provide evidence that you live at the address applied for and have a connection with your vehicle.

Accepted proof of address

  • Official Rent Book / Tenancy Agreement (this must contain the signatures of the landlord or agency and tenants).
  • Bank or Building Society statement (dated within 3 months of application).
  • Current Council Tax or Utility Bill which covers the 3 month period prior to application - Gas, Electric, Water or Land-Line Telephone,
  • Solicitor's letter confirming completion of purchase of property (dated within 3 months of application).

Please note: Mobile phone bills, driving licenses or vehicle documents are not accepted as proof of address.

Renewing my parking permit

If you have already been issued with a parking permit we will contact you annually, prior to the expiry date in order to provide you the opportunity to renew your existing permit.

Changing my permit details

To alter the details on your parking permit you will need to provide proof of the changes. For example, if you have changed vehicles proof of ownership will be required, or for change of address you will be required to provide supporting documents to prove your residency.

Residential permit

Residential parking permits are available in certain areas; please contact Parking Services for further information, or for the list of locations.

Change of vehicle

If you change your vehicle, your existing Resident permit must be returned to the Parking Office either in person or by post before a replacement permit can be issued for the new vehicle registration.

There is a charge of £5.00 for permit alterations. If the permit cannot be returned then the permit for the new vehicle will be considered as a lost permit and the £5.00 charge will apply.

Lost Permits

Only vehicle specific permits are eligible for replacement for which there will be a charge per replacement. Residents must produce for inspection current proof of residency in order to be issued with replacement permits.

Accepted proof of address:

  • Official Rent Book / Tenancy Agreement (this must contain the signatures of the landlord or agency and tenants).
  • Bank or Building Society statement (dated within 3 months of application).
  • Current Council Tax or Utility Bill which covers the 3 month period prior to application - Gas, Electric, Water or Land-Line Telephone,
  • Solicitor's letter


Related documents

Acrobat/PDF FileParking Permit Application Form.pdf
Document type: Acrobat/PDF File
Document size: 89k

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Published: 27/10/2010    Last updated: 05/03/2014
 
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Conwy County Borough Council,
Bodlondeb, Conwy,
North Wales, LL32 8DU.
Telephone: 01492 574000
Fax: 01492 574559
E-mail:
information@conwy.gov.uk
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