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Parking bay suspensions

When working in the highway, you may require parking bays to be suspended.

You will need to contact our network management unit to apply for a suspension.

You will also need to erect parking bay suspension signs in line with the specifications set out by the Department for Transport in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 - Section 64 and Section 65.

Parking bay suspension signs should be in line with the specifications set out by the DfT. Please see the approved plan (1.18 MB).

How much does it cost?

There is a £32.00 application review fee for a parking bay suspension.

How do I apply for a parking suspension?

Parking bay suspensions must be received at least 5 working days before you want the suspension to start. Emergency situations are exempt from this notice period.

Please email nmu@staffordshire.gov.uk to apply for a parking bay suspension.

Applying for a parking waiver

You will also need to apply for a parking waiver for all vehicles which park within the suspended bay.

Temporary waiver applications must be received at least 5 working days before you want the waiver to start. Emergency situations are exempt from this notice period.

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