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Parking controls | On-street parking in St Georges and Highgate | Birmingham City Council

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Parking controls

We will be adding parking controls on streets in the St Georges area and the Highgate area in early 2020 and would like your views on what type of parking is allowed on which streets.

Our consultation closed on 15 September 2019; however you can read the proposals on our consultation website.

View the consultation documents for St Georges area

View the consultation documents for Highgate area

On streets where people live, we are proposing a resident permit scheme operating every day between 8am and 6pm. During these times only vehicles displaying a valid resident parking permit (or resident’s visitor permit) would be allowed to park there. Only local residents will be able to apply for permits.

On other streets in the area where is it safe to park, pay & display parking (park and pay by phone) would apply between 8am and 6pm. Business permits would be available to allow local workers to park in these pay and display bays, at a cost of £135 per year.

Everywhere else would have no waiting (yellow line) restrictions.

Overnight, both resident parking spaces and pay and display spaces would be freely available for anyone to use without cost.