The County Council works with the District Councils and private
car park operators to ensure that car parking management is
co-ordinated with other transportation policy, parking charges are
co-ordinated to achieve the objectives of the Local Transport Plan
strategy, and that information on car park occupancy is shared and
disseminated to the public.
Disabled Parking Spaces
If a resident is disabled, has difficulty
parking near their home, has a Blue Badge and does not have a driveway, garage
or other off-street parking place, they may apply to have a
Disabled Parking Space (DPS) marked on the highway outside their
Applicants must meet certain eligibility requirements, such as
receipt of the Higher Rate of Disability Living Allowance, in order
to qualify for a DPS.
Blue Badge Application Forms
When the completed form and supporting information have been
received, it will be investigated by the Traffic Management Team.
If the application is successful, it will be added to the future
list for consideration as a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO).
For this facility to be legally enforceable, a TRO must be
pursued involving a consultative and legal process, typically
taking up to 20 weeks to complete if no objections are received.
You will be contacted when the successful request reaches a live
stage of formal consultation.
Worcester City Centre Parking
A new parking
scheme has recently been introduced, which affects parking
arrangements in Cornmarket, Queen Street, St. Nicholas Street, St
Swithin's Street, The Cross, The Trinity and Trinity Street.
This scheme includes changes to disabled parking spaces. You can
find out more about this and other information on the Worcester City Centre Parking page.
For more information on parking and other
related questions please call the Worcestershire Hub on 0845
Frequently Asked Questions
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This page was last reviewed 21 February 2014 at 14:39.
The page is next due for review 20 August 2015.