Carer permits - terms & conditions

1. To obtain a permit you must reside at the property. The property should be your main place of residency.

2. The name supplied to Parking Services, which is stated on the initial application, will be deemed as the permit holder. Applicants should include an email address and telephone number should Parking Services need to make contact.

3. In addition to the Application Form, proof of residency must be provided. This may include: a Council Tax bill, Domestic bills, Utilities bills (dated within the last 3 months), Tenancy agreements, Deeds to property, Driving Licence. Evidence of regular care must also be provided, this could be, a letter from the care company stating how frequently the resident is receiving care or proof of care/bank statement (showing payment for care)/Support Plan/Invoice for care payments.

5. The fact that an application or payment has been submitted does not guarantee that a permit will be issued.

7. If another party will be collecting the permit from East Pallant House on the permit holder's behalf, the 'Permit Collection' section of the application form must be completed and identification will be requested upon collection.

8. Permits are allocated on a first-come-first-served-basis. Priority is given to providing a 1st permit to each household. Further permits will only be issued if there is the capacity to do so.

9. Possession of a permit does not guarantee the availability of a space for the holder to park.

10. The permit entitles the holder to park in any of the streets or roads which are included within the zone for which the Permit is issued. For details of all the roads with in your zone, please go to Carer permits.

11. It is the responsibility of the Permit holder to inform and supply all users of the Permit with the Terms & Conditions. Further Terms and Conditions can be requested from Parking Services or viewed on the internet.

12. In the event of a permit being lost an administration charge will apply for the issue of a replacement.

13. To request a refund, the permit must be returned to Parking Services. Refunds can only be issued for the remaining full months of the Permit. This will be payable by BACS Transfer to the original payment card and a refund form must be filled out. If the refund needs to be transferred to a different card please fill in this section on the refund form, these can be printed from our web site.

14. Only by clearly displaying the valid permit itself continuously on the windscreen of the vehicle will it be accepted as a valid exemption in line with the TRO (Traffic Regulation Order).

15. If you are unable to display a Carers' Permit a valid resident's visitor voucher must be displayed or alternative parking should be located.

16. Permits can be renewed up to one month prior to the expiry date stated on the permit.

17. Carers' Permits should be renewed at least seven days before the expiry of the existing permit to guarantee that Parking Services can renew the permit. If the application is not submitted within this timescale, renewal of your existing permit cannot be guaranteed. West Sussex County Council does not guarantee the renewal of any permit for use within a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) or the issue of permits on demand.

18. If a permit is not renewed 7 days after the expiry, it may be necessary to submit a new application. If the Zone for which you are applying for a Permit has a waiting list, details of the applicant will be added to the bottom of the list and contact will be made when a permit becomes available.

19. Resident's Visitor Permits are available for purchase from East Pallant House and may only be purchased by residents, enabling their visitors (or tradespeople) to park within the permit holder bays in all zones with the exception of E Zone - City Centre. Proof of residency is required upon purchase.

20. When renewing a permit, council opening hours, Bank Holidays, Public holidays and the Christmas period should be taken into consideration.

21. Permits will be monitored and managed by Chichester District Council who may restrict the number being issued or recall permits if deemed necessary.

22. The vehicle in which the permit is displayed must be parked wholly within the markings of a bay. If this is not possible alternative parking must be found.

23. If a permit is suspected of being misused, Penalty Charge Notices may be issued and the permit will be withdrawn.

24. West Sussex County Council reserves the right to vary its parking arrangements at any time without notice.

25. Chichester District Council and West Sussex County Council accept no liability for loss or damage to any vehicle including the fittings or contents.

26. Failure to comply with the Terms & Conditions and the West Sussex County Council Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) may result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued. Please go to West Sussex County Council to view the TRO.

Chichester District Council, Parking Services updated March 2019

Data Protection Statement

Chichester District Council uses the data you provide to process parking permits and Penalty Charge Notices which are issued in respect of on and off-street parking. All processes are carried out using secure systems. The data is required to carry out the efficient provision of parking services within the administrative District. The information you provide will only be used for the parking related purposes for which it was obtained. This may include sharing it with partner agencies and other local authorities within West Sussex involved directly in parking management, specifically the Police, the Traffic Penalty Tribunal, the Traffic Enforcement Centre and agents providing services to Chichester District Council in carrying out this role. Details of West Sussex County Council's and Chichester District Council's compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations can be found at Data protection and freedom of information and at West Sussex County Council - Data Protection .

Healthcare permit - terms & conditions

1. The name / company name supplied to Parking Services, which is stated on the initial application, will be deemed as the permit holder. Applicants should include an email address and telephone number should Parking Services need to make contact.

2. Along with the application you need to provide a Statement of need highlighting the frequency by which the holder/s makes visits within the Resident Parking Seam (RPS).

3. The fact that an application or payment has been submitted does not guarantee that a permit will be issued.

4. If another party will be collecting the permit from East Pallant House on the permit holder's behalf, the 'Permit Collection' section of the application form must be completed and identification will be requested upon collection.

5. Possession of a permit does not guarantee the availability of a space for the holder to park.

6. Permit is only valid when clearly displayed in a vehicle parked whilst carrying out legitimate domiciliary visits to residents within the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ). Permits are not for use by staff visiting clinics, care homes or doctors surgeries unless the patient is being escorted to the premises and there is no off street parking.

7. The permit entitles the vehicle to park for a maximum of 2 hours.

8. The permit is only valid in a resident permit holder and shared use bays.

9. It is the responsibility of the permit holder to inform and supply all users of the Permit with the Terms & Conditions.

10. In the event of a permit being lost an administration charge will apply for the issue of a replacement.

11. To request a refund, the permit must be returned to Parking Services. Refunds can only be issued for the remaining full months of the Permit. This will be payable by BACS Transfer to the original payment card and a refund form must be filled out. If the refund needs to be transferred to a different card please fill in this section on the refund form, these can be printed from our web site Healthcare permits .

12. Only by clearly displaying the valid permit itself continuously on the windscreen of the vehicle will it be accepted as a valid exemption in line with the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO).

13. If you are unable to display a Healthcare Permit alternative parking should be located.

14. Permits can be renewed up to a month prior to the expiry stated on the permit.

15. Healthcare Permits should be renewed seven days before the expiry of the existing permit to guarantee that Parking Services can renew the permit. If the application is not submitted within this timescale, renewal of your existing permit cannot be guaranteed. West Sussex County Council does not guarantee the renewal of any permit for use within the CPZ or the issue of permits on demand.

16. Upon application the Council will decide how many permits will be issued. It may not be possible to issue the number of permits requested.

17. If a permit is not renewed 7 days after the expiry, it may be necessary to submit a new application.

18. When renewing a permit the Council opening hours, Bank Holidays, Public holidays and the Christmas period should be taken into consideration.

19. Permits will be monitored and managed by Chichester District Council who is able to withdraw permits or restrict the number issued.

20. The vehicle in which the permit is displayed must be parked wholly within the markings of a bay. If this is not possible alternative parking must be found.

21. If a permit is suspected of being misused, Penalty Charge Notices may be issued and the permit will be withdrawn.

22. Whereas Chichester District Council is the issuing authority for this Healthcare Permit, the permit can be used across the whole of West Sussex. It is recommended that when using your permit in a different borough / district that you contact their Parking Services.

23. West Sussex County Council reserves the right to vary its parking arrangements at any time without notice.

24. Chichester District Council and West Sussex County Council accept no liability for loss or damage to any vehicle including the fittings or contents.

25. Failure to comply with the Terms & Conditions and the West Sussex County Council Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) may result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued. Please go to West Sussex County Council to view the TRO.

Data Protection Statement

Chichester District Council uses the data you provide to process parking permits which are issued in respect of on street parking. Details of West Sussex County Council's and Chichester District Council's compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations can be found at Data protection and freedom of information and at West Sussex County Council - Data Protection .

Non-resident permit - terms & conditions

1. The name supplied to Parking Services, which is stated on the initial application, will be deemed as the permit holder. Applicants should include an email address and telephone number should Parking Services need to make contact.

2. The fact that an application or payment has been submitted does not guarantee that a permit will be issued.

3. If another party will be collecting the permit from East Pallant House on the permit holder's behalf, the 'Permit Collection' section of the application form must be completed and identification will be requested upon collection.

4. Permits are allocated on a first-come-first-served-basis. Priority is given to residents within the zone, providing a 1st permit to each household. Permits will only be issued if there is the capacity to do so.

5. Possession of a permit does not guarantee the availability of a space for the holder to park.

6. If a permit is issued for a particular street or road, this will be stated on the letter which accompanies the permit. If however, your permit is issued for use throughout the whole zone, please visit Non-residents permits for a list of all the roads for which the permit is valid.

7. If you have multiple registrations logged against your permit, or another person will be using it, it is the responsibility of the Permit Holder to inform and supply all users of the Permit with the Terms & Conditions. Further Terms and Conditions can be requested from Parking Services or viewed online.

8. In the event of a permit being lost an administration charge of £10.00 will apply for the issue of a replacement.

9. To request a refund, the permit must be returned to Parking Services. Refunds can only be issued for the remaining full months of the Permit. This will be payable by BACS Transfer to the original payment card and a refund form must be filled out. If the refund needs to be transferred to a different card please fill in this section on the refund form, these can be printed from our website Non-residents permits.

10. Only by clearly displaying the valid permit itself continuously on the windscreen of the vehicle will it be accepted as a valid exemption in line with the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO).

11. If you are unable to display a Non-Resident permit alternative parking should be located.

12. Permits can be renewed up to a month prior to the expiry stated on the permit.

13. Non-Resident's Permits should be renewed at least seven days before the expiry of the existing permit to guarantee that Parking Services can process the renewal. If the application/renewal request is not submitted within this timescale, renewal of your existing permit cannot be guaranteed. West Sussex County Council does not guarantee the renewal of any permit for use within a Controlled Parking Zone or the issue of permits on demand.

14.If a permit is not renewed 7 days after the expiry, it may be necessary to submit a new application. If a Zone is operating a waiting list, details of the applicant will be added to the bottom of the list and contact will be made when a permit becomes available.

15. It is the responsibility of the Permit Holder to return the permit to Parking Services if a registration needs changing. Permits will be reproduced with the amended details and will be available for collection or to send via second class post the following working day after 3pm.

16. When renewing or changing a registration on a permit, Council opening hours, Bank Holidays, Public holidays and the Christmas period should be taken into consideration.

17. A maximum of three vehicle registration marks can be registered against the permit.

18. Permits will be monitored and managed by Chichester District Council who is able to withdraw permits or restrict the number issued.

19. The vehicle in which the permit is displayed must be parked wholly within the markings of a bay. If this is not possible, alternative parking must be found.

20. If a permit is suspected of being misused, Penalty Charge Notices may be issued and the permit will be withdrawn.

21. West Sussex County Council reserves the right to vary its parking arrangements at any time without notice.

22. Chichester District Council and West Sussex County Council accept no liability for loss or damage to any vehicle including the fittings or contents.

23. Failure to comply with the Terms & Conditions and the West Sussex County Council Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) may result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued. Please go to West Sussex County Council to view the TRO.

Data Protection Statement

Chichester District Council uses the data you provide to process parking permits which are issued in respect of on street parking. Details of West Sussex County Council's and Chichester District Council's compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations can be found at Data protection and freedom of information and at West Sussex County Council - Data Protection .

Resident permit - terms & conditions

1. To obtain a permit you must reside at the property. The property should be your main place of residency.

2. The name supplied to Parking Services, which is stated on the initial application, will be deemed as the permit holder. Applicants should include an email address and telephone number should Parking Services need to make contact.

3. A valid V5 document (log book of the vehicle) must be supplied at time of application stating the address for which the permit is being requested. Proof of residency in the form of: a Council Tax bill, a Utility bill or Bank Statement (dated within the last 3 months) is also required for a new application. A photographic Drivers Licence may be accepted as proof of residency for renewals only.

4. If a new vehicle has been obtained and the V5 is not available stating the new vehicle details, proof of purchase with insurance documentation detailing that the vehicle is registered at the permit address will be provisionally accepted. The V5 must be supplied as soon as possible or the permit may be cancelled.

5. The fact that an application or payment has been submitted does not guarantee that a permit will be issued.

6. If you are claiming a first free disabled resident's permit you are required to provide copies of the badge or show your blue badge upon application for copies to be taken. Any further permits issued to the property will be chargeable at the additional permit rate. When renewing a free disabled first permit you must submit a copy of both sides of your valid blue badge to enable Chichester District Council to renew the permit.

7. If another party will be collecting the permit from East Pallant House on the permit holder's behalf, the 'Permit Collection' section of the application form must be completed and identification will be requested upon collection.

8. Permits are allocated on a first-come-first-served-basis. Priority is given to providing a 1st permit to each household. Further permits will only be issued if there is the capacity to do so.

9. Possession of a permit does not guarantee the availability of a space for the holder to park.

10. The permit entitles the holder to park in any of the streets or roads which are included within the zone for which the Permit is issued. For details of all the roads with in your zone, please go to www.chichester.gov.uk.

11. If you have multiple registrations logged against your Permit, or another person will be using it, it is the responsibility of the Permit holder to inform and supply all users of the Permit with the Terms & Conditions. Further Terms and Conditions can be requested from Parking Services or viewed on the internet.

12. In the event of a permit being lost an administration charge will apply for the issue of a replacement.

13. To request a refund, the permit must be returned to Parking Services. Refunds can only be issued for the remaining full months of the Permit. This will be payable by BACS Transfer to the original payment card and a refund form must be filled out. If the refund needs to be transferred to a different card please fill in this section on the refund form, these can be printed from our website Resident permits.

14. Only by clearly displaying the valid permit itself continuously on the windscreen of the vehicle will it be accepted as a valid exemption in line with the TRO (Traffic Regulation Order).

15. If you are unable to display a Residents Permit a valid resident's visitor voucher must be displayed or alternative parking should be located.

16. If two or more identical permits are being displayed in two vehicles simultaneously both permits will be considered void and both vehicles may receive a Penalty Charge Notice.

17. Permits can be renewed up to one month prior to the expiry date stated on the permit.

18. Resident's Permits should be renewed at least seven days before the expiry of the existing permit to guarantee that Parking Services can renew the permit. If the application is not submitted within this timescale, renewal of your existing permit cannot be guaranteed. West Sussex County Council does not guarantee the renewal of any permit for use within a residents' permit zone or the issue of visitors' parking permits on demand.

19. If a permit is not renewed 7 days after the expiry, it may be necessary to submit a new application. If the Zone for which you are applying for a Permit has a waiting list, details of the applicant will be added to the bottom of the list and contact will be made when a permit becomes available.

20. It is the responsibility of the holder to return the permit and a valid V5 Document if a registration needs changing on the permit. A registration cannot be amended without these being supplied. The Permit Holder must allow at least 36 hours for the Permit to be reproduced with the new details and an administration charge will apply for any Vehicle Registration Mark changes.

21. Resident's Visitor Permits are available for purchase from East Pallant House and may only be purchased by residents, enabling their visitors (or tradespeople) to park within the permit holder bays in all zones with the exception of E Zone - City Centre. Proof of residency is required upon purchase.

22. When renewing or changing a registration on a permit, council opening hours on Bank Holidays, Public holidays and the Christmas period should be taken into consideration.

23. A maximum of three vehicle registration marks can be registered against the permit.

24. Permits will be monitored and managed by Chichester District Council who may restrict the number being issued or recall permits if deemed necessary.

25. The vehicle in which the permit is displayed must be parked wholly within the markings of a bay. If this is not possible alterative parking must be found.

26. If a permit is suspected of being misused, Penalty Charge Notices may be issued and the permit will be withdrawn.

27. West Sussex County Council reserves the right to vary its parking arrangements at any time without notice.

28. Chichester District Council and West Sussex County Council accept no liability for loss or damage to any vehicle including the fittings or contents.

29. Failure to comply with the Terms & Conditions and the West Sussex County Council Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) may result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued. Please go to West Sussex County Council to view the TRO.

Data Protection Statement

Chichester District Council uses the data you provide to process parking permits which are issued in respect of on street parking. Details of West Sussex County Council's and Chichester District Council's compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations can be found at Data protection and freedom of information and at West Sussex County Council - Data Protection .

Resident visitor permit - terms & conditions

1. RVPs can be purchased by anyone residing at a property within the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), with the exception of E City Centre, from Chichester District Council offices at: East Pallant House, 1 East Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1TY.

2. Proof of residency in the form of: a council tax bill, a utility bill or bank statement, (dated within the last 3 months) must be supplied each time RVPs are purchased.

3. RVPs are only valid in the zone the property is within and stated on the RVP. If they are observed displayed in a vehicle parked within a different zone a Penalty Charge Notice may be issued and further permits may not be issued.

4. If another party will be collecting the RVP's from East Pallant House on the resident's behalf, the nominated person should supply a letter from the resident authorising collection with the resident's proof of residency (as described in 3.)

5. The RVP must be validated correctly using a coin or key. If they are validated or displayed incorrectly a Penalty Charge Notice may be issued.

6. It is the resident's responsibility to inform their visitors how to use the RVP correctly.

7. Full instructions of use of the RVPs are stated on the reverse side of each RVP.

8. An RVP is only valid whist the vehicle is parked within a marked bay.

9. An RVP is valid for one motor vehicle only and is not transferable between vehicles.

Student permit - terms & conditions

1. To obtain a permit you must reside at the property. The property should be your main place of residency.

2. The name supplied to Parking Services, which is stated on the initial application, will be deemed as the permit holder. Applicants should include an email address and telephone number should Parking Services need to make contact.

3. A valid V5 document (log book of the vehicle) must be supplied at time of application stating the address for which the permit is being requested. Proof of residency in the form of: a council tax bill, driving license, a utility bill or bank statement (dated within the last 3 months) is also required.

4. If a new vehicle has been obtained and the V5 is not available stating the new vehicle details, proof of purchase with insurance documentation detailing that the vehicle is registered at the permit address will be provisionally accepted. The V5 must be supplied as soon as possible or the permit may be cancelled.

5. The fact that an application or payment has been submitted does not guarantee that a permit will be issued.

6. If you are claiming a first free disabled resident's permit you are required to provide copies of the badge or show your blue badge upon application for copies to be taken. Any further permits issued to the property will be chargeable at the additional permit rate. When renewing a free disabled first permit you must submit a copy of both sides of your valid blue badge to enable Chichester District Council to renew the permit.

7. If another party will be collecting the permit from East Pallant House on the permit holder's behalf, the 'Permit Collection' section of the application form must be completed and identification will be requested upon collection.

8. Permits are allocated on a first-come-first-served-basis. Priority is given to providing a 1st permit to each household. Further permits will only be issued if there is the capacity to do so.

9. Possession of a permit does not guarantee the availability of a space for the holder to park.

10. The permit entitles the holder to park in any of the streets or roads which are included within the zone for which the Permit is issued. For details of all the roads with in your zone. Please go to Student permits.

11. If you have multiple registrations logged against your Permit, or another person will be using it, it is the responsibility of the Permit holder to inform and supply all users of the Permit with the Terms & Conditions. Further Terms and Conditions can be requested from Parking Services or viewed on the internet.

12. In the event of a permit being lost an administration charge of £5.00 will apply for the issue of a replacement.

13. To request a refund, the permit must be returned to Parking Services. Refunds can only be issued for the remaining full months of the Permit. This will be payable by BACS Transfer to the original payment card and a refund form must be filled out. If the refund needs to be transferred to a different card please fill in this section on the refund form, these can be printed from our web site www.chichester.gov.uk.

14. Only by clearly displaying the valid permit itself continuously on the windscreen of the vehicle will it be accepted as a valid exemption in line with the TRO (Traffic Regulation Order).

15. If you are unable to display a Residents Permit a valid resident's visitor voucher must be displayed or alternative parking should be located.

16. If two or more identical permits are being displayed in two vehicles simultaneously both permits will be considered void and both vehicles may receive a Penalty Charge Notice.

17. Permits can be renewed up to one month prior to the expiry date stated on the permit.

18. Resident's Permits should be renewed at least seven days before the expiry of the existing permit to guarantee that Parking Services can renew the permit. If the application is not submitted within this timescale, renewal of your existing permit cannot be guaranteed. West Sussex County Council does not guarantee the renewal of any permit for use within a residents' permit zone or the issue of visitors' parking permits on demand.

19. If a permit is not renewed 7 days after the expiry, it may be necessary to submit a new application. If the Zone for which you are applying for a Permit has a waiting list, details of the applicant will be added to the bottom of the list and contact will be made when a permit becomes available.

20. It is the responsibility of the holder to return the permit and a valid V5 Document if a registration needs changing on the permit. A registration cannot be amended without these being supplied. The Permit Holder must allow at least 36 hours for the Permit to be reproduced with the new details.

21. Resident's Visitor Permits are available for purchase from East Pallant House and may only be purchased by residents, enabling their visitors (or tradespeople) to park within the permit holder bays in all zones with the exception of E Zone - City Centre. Proof of residency is required upon purchase.

22. When renewing or changing a registration on a permit, council opening hours on Bank Holidays, Public holidays and the Christmas period should be taken into consideration.

23. A maximum of three vehicle registration marks can be registered against the permit.

24. Permits will be monitored and managed by Chichester District Council who may restrict the number being issued or recall permits if deemed necessary.

25. The vehicle in which the permit is displayed must be parked wholly within the markings of a bay. If this is not possible alterative parking must be found.

26. If a permit is suspected of being misused, Penalty Charge Notices may be issued and the permit will be withdrawn.

27. West Sussex County Council reserves the right to vary its parking arrangements at any time without notice.

28. Chichester District Council and West Sussex County Council accept no liability for loss or damage to any vehicle including the fittings or contents.

29. Failure to comply with the Terms & Conditions and the West Sussex County Council Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) may result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued. Please go to West Sussex County Council to view the TRO.

Data Protection Statement

Chichester District Council uses the data you provide to process parking permits which are issued in respect of on street parking. Details of West Sussex County Council's and Chichester District Council's compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations can be found at Data protection and freedom of information and at West Sussex County Council - Data Protection .

Traders permit - terms & conditions

1. The name / company supplied to Parking Services, which is stated on the initial application, will be deemed as the permit holder. Applicants should include an email address and telephone number should Parking Services need to make contact.

2. In addition to the Application Form, details and proof of the operational need of the permit must be provided.

3. The fact that an application or payment has been submitted does not guarantee that a permit will be issued.

4. If another party will be collecting the permit from East Pallant House on the permit holder's behalf, the 'Permit Collection' section of the application form must be completed and identification will be requested upon collection.

5. Permits are allocated on a first-come-first-served-basis. Priority is given to residents within the zone, providing a 1st permit to each house household. Further permits will only be issued if there is the capacity to do so.

6. Possession of a permit does not guarantee the availability of a space for the holder to park.

7. It is permitted to park in any of the streets or roads which are included within the zone for which the Permit is issued. For details of all the roads with in your zone. Please go to Traders permit .

8. If you have multiple registrations logged against your Permit, or another person will be using it, it is the responsibility of the Permit holder to inform and supply all users of the Permit with the Terms & Conditions. Further Terms and Conditions can be requested from Parking Services or viewed on the internet.

9. In the event of a permit being lost an administration charge of £5.00 will apply for the issue of a replacement.

10. To request a refund, the permit must be returned to Parking Services. Refunds can only be issued for the remaining full months of the Permit and over the amount of £5.00, this will be payable by cheque.

11. Only by clearly displaying the valid permit itself continuously on the windscreen of the vehicle will it be accepted as a valid exemption in line with the TRO (Traffic Regulation Order).

12. If you are unable to display a Traders Permit alternative parking should be located.

13. Permits can be renewed up to a month prior to the expiry stated on the permit.

14. Traders Permits should be renewed seven days before the expiry of the existing permit to guarantee that Parking Services can renew the permit. If the application is not submitted within this timescale, renewal of your existing permit cannot be guaranteed. West Sussex County Council does not guarantee the renewal of any permit for use within a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) or issue permits on demand.

15. If a permit is not renewed 7 days after the expiry, it may be necessary to submit a new application. If the Zone you are applying for has a waiting list details of the applicant will be added to the bottom of the list and contact will be made when a permit becomes available.

16. It is the responsibility of the holder to return the permit if a registration needs changing on the permit. The Permit Holder must allow at least 36 hours for the Permit to be reproduced with the new details.

17. When renewing or changing a registration on a permit, Council opening hours, Bank Holidays, Public holidays and the Christmas period should be taken into consideration.

18. A maximum of three vehicle registration marks can be registered against the permit.

19. Permits will be monitored and managed by Chichester District Council who may restrict the number being issued or recall permits if deemed necessary.

20. The vehicle in which the permit is displayed must be parked wholly within the markings of a bay. If this is not possible alterative parking must be found.

21. If a permit is suspected of being misused, Penalty Charge Notices may be issued and the permit will be withdrawn.

22. West Sussex County Council reserves the right to vary its parking arrangements at any time without notice.

23. Chichester District Council and West Sussex County Council accept no liability for loss or damage to any vehicle including the fittings or contents.

24. Failure to comply with the Terms & Conditions and the West Sussex County Council Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) may result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued. Please go to West Sussex County Council to view the TRO.

Data Protection Statement

Chichester District Council uses the data you provide to process parking permits which are issued in respect of on street parking. Details of West Sussex County Council's and Chichester District Council's compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations can be found at Data protection and freedom of information and at West Sussex County Council - Data Protection .