Find out what we can do to help if you find a vehicle that is breaking our parking rules on a street in Aldershot or Farnborough.

Important changes to on-street parking

On 1 April, all on-street parking, including parking charges and enforcement of parking restrictions, together with residents’ on-street parking areas, will transfer from us to Hampshire County Council

For details, see our Important parking and traffic management changes page.

There are lots of rules and regulations about when we can use parking enforcement. We can only investigate the following problems where vehicles are parked:

  • On yellow lines
  • In a disabled bay and no disabled badge is displayed
  • In a limited waiting bay for longer than allowed
  • In a loading bay where you cannot see loading or unloading taking place
  • At a bus stop or taxi rank
  • Across a dropped kerb preventing access to your driveway

There are occasions when a vehicle may seem to be parked illegally, but is not. For example:

  • A vehicle parked on yellow lines while un/loading, may park for as long as needed, while actively un/loading
  • A vehicle parked on yellow lines while displaying a disabled person’s blue badge may park for three hours
  • A vehicle parked on a grass verge or footpath not covered by a yellow line restriction – in this case we do not have any power to enforce
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