Parking

Parking locations, restrictions and associated charges

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Re-introduction of parking restrictions from 7 December 2020

As of Monday 7 December, the enforcement of time-limited on-street parking, which may include the use of parking discs, and residents’ permit schemes will re-commence across Inverclyde.

All council-owned car parks – paid-for or otherwise – will remain free to use into the new year to support residents and businesses.

 

On-street time limits must be adhered to and some areas may require the display of a parking disc in vehicles otherwise motorists face receiving a fine. Drivers should check signs for time limits and whether a parking disc is needed. There will be a supply of discs available from local shops and parking officers will be out and about to provide advice and assistance if required.

 

Residents’ permit zones. People in these area are encouraged to make sure their permit is still valid before enforcement restarts on 7 December.

 

Anyone who exceeds on-street parking time limits, does not display a parking disc in required areas, or who parks in a residents’ zone without a valid permit risks a £60 fine.

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