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On-street parking permits terms and conditions

Offsetting parking permit entitlement against off-street parking spaces

12.1 Eligibility for Business Permits and Residents' Parking Permits within Bath Zones 17 and 18, Peasedown St John, and future new zones, will be offset against the availability of any off-street parking at the property. If there is space to park your vehicle on your property, then we will reduce the number of on-street permits you can purchase.

12.2 An off-street parking space is defined as any of the following:

  • Private parking within the curtilage (inside the boundaries) of the property
  • Garages or other private off-street space, such as a driveway within 200m walking distance

12.3 For the purpose of off-street parking space, a garage is defined as a building designed to accommodate a parked motor vehicle, and with a minimum internal dimensions of 5m long and 2.5m wide (wall-to-wall). Any multiples of this space will count as multiple parking spaces. Any garage that measures smaller than the minimum dimensions will not be classed as an off-street parking place.

12.4 A driveway is defined as an area of hardstanding (concrete or similar surface) accessible from the road, and designed to accommodate a parked motor vehicle, with minimum dimensions of 5m wide and 2.5m wide. Any multiples of this space will count as multiple parking spaces. Any driveway that measures smaller than the minimum dimensions will not be classed as an off-street parking space.