Apply for road markings outside your house

If you are experiencing problems with people parking over your drive or you are disabled and need to park close to your home you can apply for an H bar marking or disabled bay.

H marking application

Before you apply for an H marking, please be aware that due to potential bad weather conditions we will not be considering any new installations until after April 2020. Any new applications received will therefore be held on file until this time.

Disabled persons parking space application

Before you apply for a Disabled Persons Parking Space please be aware that due to budgetary constraints we will not be considering any new installations until after April 2020. Any new applications we receive will therefore be held on file until this time.

H markings

H marking painted on road

A H bar marking is an advisory marking that is laid on parts of the public highway. Marked areas should be kept clear of parked vehicles either outside an entrance to off-street premises, or where the kerb is dropped to provide a convenient crossing place for pedestrians.

How do I apply?

Download and complete the H markings application form, please read the policy carefully as restrictions apply.

How much does it cost?

From 1 April 2019 a non-refundable administration fee of £27.00 is required for each application.

If your request is successful, a payment of £30 to £70 (depending on size) is required before the work can begin. This fee is for providing the H marking.

Apply for a Disabled Persons Parking Space outside your home

Disabled parking space painted on road

An advisory Disabled Persons Parking Space (DPPS) is a parking space marked on the public highway available for use by any blue badge holder.

How do I apply?

Download and complete the DPPS application form, please read the policy carefully as restrictions apply.

How much does it cost?

An advisory DPPS is currently provided free of charge.

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