Advisory Disabled (Resident) Parking Bays and Access Protection Markings
Advisory Disabled (Residents) Parking Bays
Advisory disabled parking bays can help to highlight to other road users that parking close to a property is necessary for a disabled resident.
They are not legally enforceable, and are not reserved for a specific Blue Badge holder.
There is a charge of £193 for both a new bay and for renewal of one that has faded.
To apply, download the Advisory Disabled Parking Bay Application Form (PDF, 342KB)
Advisory Access Protection Markings
These markings consist of a single white line in the form of an elongated 'H' across a driveway or other vehicle access.
They are not legally enforceable but can help to highlight a concealed entrance.
We will only consider these markings where there is:
- A legal dropped kerb at the property access
- And where there are no existing waiting restrictions (yellow lines).
- And where there is a conflict in parking needs, such as near to schools or shops
- And there is supporting evidence of previous obstruction.
There is a charge of £193 for both new markings and for renewal of those that have faded.
To apply, download the Advisory Access Protection Marking Application Form (PDF, 320KB)
Last Updated: 12 February 2019