Controlled Parking Zone
EAST GRINSTEAD town operates a Controlled Parking Zone, made up of an Inner Zone (Zone A) and an Outer Zone (Zone B), for the use of residents and other road users. Entry boards tell drivers when they are entering each Zone.
The hours of operation for each Zone are:
- Zone A - 9am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday, excluding bank holidays
- Zone B - 10am to 11am and 2pm to 3pm Monday to Saturdays, excluding bank holidays
Application forms for the permits available, and their supporting notes, can be found below. Please note that by applying for a permit, you are agreeing with all the terms and conditions and declaring that all the information submitted is true and to the best of your knowledge accurate. If any information is false, the permit will be cancelled and further action taken by the Council.
Please allow up to 5 working days for all permits to be processed and posted
|Type of Permit||Application Form||Application Guidance + Terms & Conditions|
|Resident Permit||Resident Permit||Resident Permit|
|Non-Resident Permit||Non-Resident Permit||Non-Resident Permit|
|Healthcare||Healthcare Permit||Healthcare Permit|
|Zone A||Zone B||All Zones||Notes|
|Residents Permit (1st)||£40||£25||n/a||For use only in a bay which states it is a Resident or a Shared Use Bay*|
|Subsequent Residents Permits||£80||£50||n/a||The same rules apply as the Residents Permit|
|Visitor Permits||35p / 2hours||30p / 2hours||n/a||For use in the same way as a Resident Permit, but only for two hours. They can be purchased from East Grinstead Library (proof of residency must accompany the purchase) in books of 10 for £3.00|
|Daily Visitor Permits||£1.40||n/a||n/a||For use in the same way as a Resident Permit, but are valid for the whole day. They can be purchased from East Grinstead Library (proof of residency must accompany the purchase) in books of 5 for £7.00|
|Non Resident Permits (Restricted)||£250||£150||n/a||These can only be used in a resident or Shared Use Bay* in the street stated on the permit|
|Resident Permit for Disabled||FREE||FREE||n/a||The same rules apply as a Residents Permit|
|Resident Carer Permits||£20||£20||n/a||The same rules apply as a Residents Permit|
|Healthcare Permits||n/a||n/a||£10||These can be used in either Zone in a Resident or Shared Use Bay*|
|Pay and Display||30p / 20mins||n/a||n/a||This is for use in a Pay and Display or Shared Use Bay*|
* A Shared Use bay has a mix of controls such as residents and pay and display. Please read the signs carefully to make sure you are parking in the right bay.
The area covered by East Grinstead's CPZ is illustrated on this East Grinstead Parking Zone map. It shows the area the Zones cover only.
For specific details about each road, you will need to visit West Sussex County Council's Traffic Regulation Page. It has a browser which will bring up a map of each road and the type of restrictions it has.
Every type of restriction will have a sign, with the exception of all the single yellow lines. Single yellow lines usually have a sign to accompany them in a normal road, but in a Controlled Parking Zone they are not required as the entry boards indicate the time of the restriction.
If a contractor is carrying out a job, and they need access to the vehicle at all times (e.g., to remove tools or run a power source), they may be eligible for a Dispensation Notice to allow them to park on the restriction.
However, if it is simply because there is nowhere to park, cheaper than using another form of parking, or the vehicle is only unloading at the beginning and end of the work, a dispensation will not be issued.
Please contact Mid Sussex District Council, or the Help Point located in East Grinstead library, West Street to discuss your circumstances.
More than 24 hours notice is preferable.
Parking bay suspensions
In certain circumstances the use of parking bay(s) may be suspended to ensure the safe movement of traffic during necessary building or road works and on occasions such as weddings, funerals, etc.
An application for suspension should be made to Mid Sussex District Council with at least 24 hours notice.