So you are traveling to a UK city and you have been given a parking permit by your host. What to do with it? Where to park? How to use the parking permit might be some of the questions you ask yourself.
This article will help you to understand how to use visitor parking permits. Please note that visitor parking permits might differ from one city to another, however, the overarching logic should still apply. In this article, I will talk about parking permits in Bath City. This city is one of the busiest tourist cities in the UK and it is known for its expensive parking fees and limited parking spaces.
So the visitor parking permits will look like the image above.
And depending on the zone it mentions in your permit you should be able to park your car.
Where can you park in Bath with your Central Zone Parking Permit?!
Now, let’s discuss where exactly you can park your car. Where are the actual parking bays you can use your parking permit? The answer is you can park on street parking bays designed as “Residents Only” parking bays. You will be able to see such a sign next to the parking bays in close proximity to your holiday home. You will be able to find the nearest parking bays using this link.
If your holiday home is next to Abbey in Bath city, which is very central location, then the closest parking bays you can park your car are as follows
1.Henry Street – Bath, BA1 1JT
7 parking spaces
0 disabled spaces
2.South Parade – Bath, BA2 4AB
18 parking spaces
0 disabled spaces
Your visitor parking permit can be used in parking bays which specifies “Residents Parking Only” or “Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm” or some other similar language.
If your holiday home is in Queen Square or Monmouth Street, then there are the parking bays you can use with your Visitor Parking Permit.