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Parking

A traffic warden checking vehicles parked on the road

Car ownership in South Gloucestershire is very high. As a result there is increasing demand for parking.

We run several public car parks, manage parking enforcement and also issue blue badges to make parking easier for disabled people.

If people are obstructing you by parking on the pavement – particularly if you are a wheelchair user – you should contact your local police station.


Blue badges

The blue badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems. It allows blue badge holders to p ...

Council car parks

We manage a number of car parks in the area.

Disabled parking bays

A disabled parking bay is a white outline on the road that lets you park close to your house. These ...

Find a parking traffic regulation order

A traffic regulation order TRO is the legal document that creates a local traffic rule which require ...

Overnight parking for lorries

According to the Road Traffic Act all heavy goods vehicles those over 7.5 tonnes in weight have to b ...

Parking across driveways

Parking in cul-de-sacs can make it difficult for residents to get out of their driveways or turn aro ...

Parking enforcement

Help to keep our roads flowing and safe for everyone to use

Parking in cul-de-sacs

Parking in cul-de-sacs can make it difficult for residents to get out of their driveways or turn aro ...

Parking on the pavement and dropped kerbs

Parking on the pavement - particularly when it obstructs wheelchair users is a matter for the local ...

Residents parking schemes

Residents parking schemes are intended to protect certain on-street parking spaces for people who li ...

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