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Stockton Council is responsible for most aspects of parking across the Borough.
We can help you find a car park, and we provide season tickets, resident parking schemes and permits. We administer the blue badge parking scheme and enforces certain parking and bus lane restrictions across the Borough.
|Find a car park in Stockton|
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|Apply for a Blue Badge|
|How to pay a car parking fine|
|Car Parking Annual Reports|
The Council may exercise its discretion and issue waivers only in exceptional circumstances, where it is deemed that the vehicle is required to park near to or adjacent to a specified property where waiting restrictions apply. The decision made by the Council will be final, and where any application is rejected, the contractor shall make alternative parking arrangements.
A waiver will not be issued where tools and materials can be unloaded from the vehicle. The following list shows examples of reasons a vehicle would be eligible for a waiver:
Is there a charge?
There is a charge of £10 per day.
Any waiver issued should be displayed on the vehicle in accordance with the conditions imposed so that it is clearly visible to a Civil Enforcement Officer from the outside of the vehicle. Failure to do so is likely to result in the issue of a Penalty Charge Notice.
The duration of the waiver can be extended by advance notification and payment to the parking office.
How to apply for a parking waiver
To apply for a waiver, please complete an Application Form and see our Terms and Conditions or contact Parking Services on 01642 528499. A Civil Enforcement Officer will then attend the site to assess the suitability for a parking waiver.
When applying for a waiver the following details are required:
Once a waiver has been issued, the following general rules also apply:
How do I pay for a Waiver
You can pay for a parking waiver using any of the following:
You can make a cheque or postal order payment by post (please send to Stockton Central Library and Customer Service Centre, Church Road, Stockton, TS18 1TU) or by calling into one of our Customer Service Centres.
Please note: a waiver can be revoked at any time by the county council if misuse of the waiver is suspected or any other reason deemed fit by the Authority.
Our latest annual parking report includes details of parking provision, permits, enforcement and future initiatives: