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If you live in a resident parking zone, you can apply for a permit so that you can park near your home. You must display your permit at all times.
There is also a resident parking scheme for local car parks if you live in Lymm but don’t have a driveway.
Including: Arpley Street, Bath Street, Cromwell Court, Dixon Street, Hanover Street, Henry Street, Parker Street, Thynne Street, White Street
Permits in the Bank Quay area are free.
Including: Barham Court, Centurion Close, Delenty Drive, Fernbank Close, Nelson Road, Renown Close, Vanguard Court, Warrington Road
Permits in the Heathfield area are free.
Allen Street, Annie Street, Arthur Street, Battersby Lane, Bewsey Road, Bewsey Street, Chorley Street, Clegge Street, Cobden Street, Cyril Street, Dalewood Close, Dickenson Street, Dudley Street, Earl Street, Eustace Street, Forshaw Street, Forster Street, Froghall Lane, Gladstone Mews, Gladstone Street, Hale Street, Hardy Street, Houghton Street, Laira Court, Laira Street, Leonard Street, Melville Close, Orford Lane, Paul Street, Rolleston Street, Scott Street, Sharp Street, St Benedicts Close, St Peters Way, Walker Street, Watkin Street, West Street, Winifred Street
Permits in the Tesco/Stadium area are free.
Including: Brighton Street, Clap Gates Crescent, Clap Gates Road, Farmside Close, Grafton Street, High Gates Close, Lexden Street, Lovely Lane (numbers 120 to 302), Radnor Street, Ripley Street, Wardour Street, Wellfield Street (numbers 293 to 457), Windsor Street
Permits in the Bank Quay area are free.
All Crosfield Street. There’s currently a waiting list for this area.
Permits for Crosfield Street cost £30 each for one or two permits.
Residential property numbers 1 to 15.
Permits for Green Street cost £30 for the first two and then £60 if the third is required.
Residential property numbers 2 to 16 - even only and one permit is available for each home.
A Permit for East View costs £30.
If you live in the Lymm village area and you don’t have off-street parking, such as a driveway, you can apply for a permit so that you can park on either Pepper Street car park, Davies Way car park or Henry Street car park in the evening.
The permit is valid between 5pm and 10pm on weekdays and Saturdays – but you can leave your car overnight as the car parks are free after 10pm until 9am the following morning. They’re also free on Sundays.
You can pay £100 up front for a 12-month permit, or you can pay by direct debit at £10 per month.
It costs £20 if you need to change your permit to another vehicle. We’ll contact you after you apply to arrange payment. You have to renew your permit every year.
You’ll need to renew your permit every year. We send renewal reminders for some of the schemes, but it’s your responsibility to make sure you renew your permit.
When you apply you’ll need to tell us your name, address and contact details and which zone you’re applying for.
We need details about your car, including the make, model, colour and registration number, and also proof that you own or lease the car, such as:
You’ll need to provide proof that you live at the address, such as a recent:
If your permit has been stolen, you’ll also need to tell us the police crime number.
Let us know as soon as possible if you change your car, lose your parking permit, or if you move house. Please note that you may need to fully reapply with up to date proof of your address.
If you’re visiting someone who lives in a resident parking zone, you’ll need a valid visitor permit which must be on display at all times. However:
All visitor permits must remain with the property if you move.
If you have a Blue Badge but not a resident parking permit, you aren’t allowed to park in a resident parking zone unless you’re parked in a designated disabled bay. Your Blue Badge must also be correctly displayed.