Allotment Parking Permits - Terms and Conditions of Use

Allotment Parking Permits - Terms and Conditions of Use

Parking permits issued by Newcastle City Council are issued subject to terms and conditions of use, which permits holders should ensure that they are familiar with.

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Terms and Conditions

  1. Permits may only be used at the parking places named or within specified parking zones whilst visiting an allotment located within the permit zone.
  2. Permits may not be used in car parks except those as included within a permit scheme during consultation with stakeholders.
  3. A permit showing a registration number may only be used on the vehicle with that number.
  4. If a physical permit has been issued, the permit must be displayed prominently on the dashboard/front windscreen of the vehicle so that all of the particulars on it are visible from the outside of the vehicle.
  5. Where road markings are present, vehicles must be parked entirely within the limits of the marked out bay.
  6. Whilst the vehicle is in the parking place it must not be used in conjunction with selling or offering for hire of any service.
  7. Physical permits will only be issued through the post.
  8. All vehicles using permits must be parked in accordance with the City of Newcastle upon Tyne (On Street Parking Places) Order 2009, as for time to time maybe amended, extended, re-enacted or replaced.
  9. Physical permits shall be returned to the Council when the holder ceases to be an allotment holder.
  10. Virtual parking permits shall be cancelled from use when the holder ceases to be an allotment holder.
  11. Misuse of a permit, forging or possessing a forged permit or making a false statement for the issue of a permit are all offences which may carry a substantial fine.
  12. This permit does not guarantee the holder a space or an exclusive right to a space, nor does it render the Council subject to any liability in respect of theft of, or damage to any vehicle in a parking place, or the contents or fittings of any such vehicle.
  13. A charge of £10.00 may be applied for lost or stolen permits and written notification the permit has been lost or stolen is required.
  14. Unused permits returned within 14 days will be entitled to a full refund.
  15. Permits returned after 14 days but with more than 6 months’ time remaining on the permit will be eligible for a 50% refund of the cost of the permit minus a £10.00 administration fee.
  16. Permits returned with less than 6 months’ time remaining on the permit are not eligible for a refund.


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