For a period not exceeding 3 hours where this does not cause an obstruction and so long as no loading restrictions are in force. Please remember to show your disabled badge and set your parking clock correctly.
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Yes, as long as it is correctly displayed and all parking rules are followed i.e. buying a Pay and Display ticket if necessary. Where a clock should be displayed to indicate the arrival time, and you do not have one, please write your arrival time on a piece of paper and display that on your […]
No, a disabled persons parking badge can only be used by the named badge holder to access goods and services, by allowing them to park close to their destination, or by a person who has dropped off or is collecting the badge holder from the place where the vehicle is parked. ‘Do not allow other […]
Your parking clock and pay and display ticket or online ticket will let the CEO know how much extra time they should give you.
In Great Yarmouth and King’s Lynn, blue badge holders may park in a time-limited bay for as long as you wish as long as your valid blue badge is clearly displayed. Within Norwich City, local restrictions may apply. Please check the bay in which you have parked for signage.
Log into your MiPermit and select your permit, you will then see a little red circle with a number in it. By pressing this it will take you to a list permits which you then select the one you want and press renew. Your documentation will need to be uploaded and your renewal authorised by […]
Yes, you will need to log onto MiPermit and request a VRM change for your season ticket.
You will need to go into your MiPermit account and change the registration number (VRM).
Virtual permits are valid from the selected start date after they have been approved, having received all of the correct documentation (this may take up to 2 working days though we aim to be quicker than that). For paper permits, once all documentation has been supplied and the permit produced and paid for, you will […]
Yes you may, as long as your vehicle is registered to the address and you have a utility bill.