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Controlled parking zones (CPZ) 

 

What is a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ)?

A Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) is an area where parking is only allowed in signed and marked bays for a limited time.

Residents and their visitors, guests staying in hotels/guesthouses and contractors/carers working within the CPZ are allowed to park for as long as they wish, provided they display a valid parking permit in their vehicle.

Disabled Blue Badge holders are exempt from any restriction and allowed to park in a CPZ.

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Where are the Controlled Parking Zones?

Maps of the council's Controlled Parking Zones at Bridlington, Beverley and Howden are available as PDFs below:


Beverley CPZ (pdf 794kb opens in new window)

Bridlington CPZ (pdf 634kb opens in new window)

Howden CPZ (pdf 324kb opens in new window)


Controlled parking is also in place on Station Road, King Edward's Terrace, Saltgrounds Road and Grassdale Park in Brough. 

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How do I purchase or renew a parking permit?

Please see the answer for the question How do I purchase or renew a resident’s CPZ permit? to find out how to acquire parking permits for CPZ parking.

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