Free temporary parking arrangement for emergency services workers (Police, Fire Brigade, Ambulance), NHS workers, carers and volunteers helping with the COVID 19 crisis

Emergency services workers (Police, Fire Brigade, Ambulance), NHS workers, carers and volunteers helping with the COVID–19 crisis can use this form to apply for free temporary parking across the London Borough of Bromley in or on the parking controls listed below without the worry of being issued with a Penalty Charge Notice.  Please note that all applications must be made in a professional capacity only, providing a relevant work email address (except volunteers and direct personal carers/family members providing care to the vulnerable)

Holders are permitted to park in or on:

  • single yellow lines
  • permit bays
  • Pay to Park bays on street
  • council operated car parks
  • short-stay parking bays

Holders are not permitted to park in or on the:

  • footway, (including the pavement)
  • loading bays
  • double yellow lines
  • bus stops
  • zig-zag markings
  • disabled persons parking bays

Please note, this arrangement will expire automatically no later than 30 June 2020 and cannot be renewed.

If Central Government issues a directive that the COVID–19 pandemic is over, the termination date of this arrangement will be 7 days after the announcement.

This arrangement will automatically terminate on 30 June 2020 and there will be no option to submit further applications.

Neither a paper permit or a virtual permit will be issued for this arrangement; the vehicle registration and other details will be added to a database that Civil Enforcement Officers have access to when on patrol. If the terms of the arrangement are not adhered to, a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) may be issued and on receipt, the motorist will have the option to make a challenge or payment as directed on the PCN.

 

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