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East Grinstead parking zones
Zone A – Monday to Saturday – excluding bank holidays: 9am to 5pm
Zone B – Monday to Saturday – excluding bank holidays: 10am to 11am and 2pm to 3pm
Please take a look at the East Grinstead parking zone map to find where zones A and B can be found.
How do I apply for a residents permit?
Please also read our Residents parking permits terms and conditions. Allow up to ten working days for a permit to be processed.
|Permit type||Zone A||Zone B|
Residents living in new developments that are located in private roads may be exempted from the parking permit scheme.
This means that they will not be able to apply for either resident permits or visitor vouchers to park on the surrounding roads outside their home and must make their own arrangements. In some cases, non-resident permits may be available subject to there being spare capacity.
The sale of permits to residents in any new development may be limited depending on the space available in nearby roads.
If you are unsure if your property is exempt from the scheme, contact our Parking Services team on 01444-477212 (option 2) or email@example.com.
How do I apply for a non-resident permit?
Zone B now operates a waiting list. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which road you are interested in.
Please also read our Non-resident parking permit terms and conditions. Allow up to ten working days for a permit to be processed.
|Non-Resident (Zone A)||£260|
|Non-Resident (Zone B)||£156|
How do I apply for a healthcare permit?
How do I get a permit for a visitor to my house?
Visitor permits can be purchased from East Grinstead Library. You must bring proof of your address.
Two hour visitor permits come in books of ten and cost £4
Daily visitor permits come in books of five and cost £8
|Permit type||Zone A||Zone B||All Zones||Notes|
|Visitor permits||£0.40 for 2 hours||£0.40 for 2 hours||n/a||Used in the same way as a Resident Permit but only for two hours|
|Daily visitor permits||£1.60||n/a||n/a||For use in the same way as a Resident Permit but are valid for the whole day|