Resident parking permits

Information about our five Residents Parking Scheme areas, and how to apply/renew for a parking permit in these areas.

Resident Parking Scheme areas

These areas are:

  1. Elmfield Park (anniversary 8th February)

  2. Doncaster Central (anniversary 1st April)

  3. St James Street (anniversary 1st June)

  4. Wheatley North (anniversary 1st October)  New from September 2014

  5. Gordon and Stewart Street (anniversary 18th December)

Doncaster Council provides various types of parking permits to accommodate residents within their scheme area.  These include:-

  • resident permits
  • carer permits
  • charity permits
  • business permits
  • landlord permits
  • visitor one day parking vouchers

How to apply for or renew a parking permit

Residents will need to renew their existing parking permit(s) for the start of their parking scheme's anniversary date (see above for scheme name / anniversary date).

In order to renew and/or request a new parking permit(s) and/or visitor vouchers for your scheme area, please see the relevant application pack attached. This includes:

  • Scheme details
  • Permit costs
  • Permit/voucher application form
  • Terms of use
  • Carer eligibility details

Once completed, please accompany this with the appropriate payment(s), proof of residency and copy of vehicle registration document(s) if applicable.

Parking with a permit

The one or two hour limited waiting periods within your area will operate between Monday to Saturday 8am till 6pm and this will allow visitors to access short stay parking without the need for a visitors voucher.  Please refer to on-street signage. Please be aware the the limited waiting time applies to the whole street/road and the vehicle would need to be moved to a different street/road for the limited waiting time period to start again.

Also attached is a list of eligible streets within each scheme area, along with where you can park with the permit and how long for. Please refer to these should you be unsure if your residential address is included in a residential permit scheme.

More information

For further information, please contact us:

Last updated: 01 August 2017 14:44:25