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Yarm resident parking schemes and permits

There are two residents permit parking schemes in operation in Yarm town centre, one on Yarm High Street and one in Yarm town centre west.

Both zones operate between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Saturday excluding Bank Holidays. A permit is not required to park outside of these times.

Permits apply to parking bays in the appropriate zone and do not allow parking on any yellow lines or in the off street car parks. Permits are not interchangeable between the 2 zones.

We can not guarantee any specific bay to a particular property and parking continues to operate on a first come, first served basis.

What types of permit are available?

You can apply for:

  • resident permits - a maximum of 2 permits are available per household that does not have any parking provision other than on Yarm High Street in line with planning criteria for parking standards
  • visitor permits - voucher scratch cards are available for use by visitors to those residents that do not have any parking provision other than on Yarm High Street (those residents that have one off street private parking space but no provision for visitors would also be eligible to purchase visitor vouchers)

For further details about the permits and how they work, read our Yarm resident parking scheme guidance notes.

 

Am I eligible for a permit?

You can get a permit if you are a resident who does not have any other parking option apart from Yarm High Street. Eligible properties for the two zones are listed below.

Yarm High Street - zone code Y

Street name

Property numbers

Odd or even numbers

Atlas Wynd

1 and 2

Both

Beechtree Court

1 to 20

Both

Blenavon Court

1 to 7

Both

Brandlings Court

1 to 5

Both

Brewery Yard

1 to 7 Including Brewery House

Both

Bridge Street

10 to 14

Both

Carleton Terrace

1 to 10 and Flat 1 and 2 at No. 11

Both

Central Street

3 and 4

Both

Danby Wynd

6 and 8

Even

Hauxwells Yard

1 to 4 and 33

Both

Hedley Court

1 to 6

Both

 

High Church Wynd

1 to 10, 11 to 15a and 17, 19, 21, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41

Including Flat 1 to 4 at No. 29

The Orchard 1 to 8

Both 

High Street, Yarm

Any High Street address (residential only)

Including Riverview, Riverbank Cottage, Bridge House, Manor House Mews, Bridge House Cottage, Richmond Cottage, Minley Dene Cottage, Ivy Dene, St Mary's House, Middle Cottage, End Cottage and Farr End Cottage.

Both
Holmdene1 to 3Both
Lord Nelsons Yard1 to 4Both
Low Church Wynd1 to 12 plus 14, 15, 17, 19Both
Meynells Cottages1 to 4Both
Mill Wynd

1 to 10 including Flats 1 to 4 at No. 2

Both
Poplar Court1 to 4Both
Riverside Mews

1 to 5 including Riverside Cottage

Both
Silver Street4 to 14Even
Swinburn's Yard1 to 11Both
Town Hall Court56g to 56iEven
Tom Brown's Wynd1 and 2Both

 

Yarm Town Centre West - zone code B

Zone B covers the Bridge Street, West End Gardens, West Street, Bentley Wynd, The Old Market and High Church Wynd area to the west of the High Street.

Street name

Property numbers

Odd or even numbers

Bentley Wynd

All

Both

Bridge Street

All

Both

High Church Wynd

All

Both

Low Church Wynd

All

Both

The Old Market

All

Both

West End Gardens

All

Both

West Street

All

Both

 

Only one permit will be issued per vehicle, therefore High Street (zone code Y) permit holders from an address listed above must return the High Street permit in exchange for a Yarm Town Centre West permit if their preference is to park in zone code B.

These are properties in: Bridge Street, High Church Wynd and Low Church Wynd.

 

How do I apply and pay for my permit?

You can now apply for your permit online. 

Resident and visitor permits are £10 per permit for 1 year. 

Apply for a resident permit

Apply for a visitor permit

You will be asked to make a new account and provide 2 forms of evidence even if you are already a permit holder. 

You will be asked for:

  • Council Tax or household bill dated within the last 3 months
  • a vehicle log book (V5) or insurance or new keeper document, hire or lease agreement or a company secretary letter to show the vehicle is registered at the address

You will receive your permit in the post and your registration number will be stored until you have received it to ensure than no enforcement action is taken during this period.

Alternative ways to apply

If you cannot apply online, contact our Customer Services Centre on 01642 528499.

If you are applying by phone, you will need to send your evidence by email or post before contacting us. We will not be able to complete the application if we have not received the evidence in advance.

When sending evidence please provide your details so it is clear who is applying for the permit.

You can provide the evidence:

  • by email - send photos or photocopies of all relevant documents to parkingadmin@stockton.gov.uk
  • by post - send photocopies of all relevant documents to Stockton Central Library and Stockton Customer Services Centre, Church Road, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1TU

Payment

You can pay for your permit by:

  • cash
  • cheque or postal order - made payable to Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
  • credit or debit card

You can make cheque or postal order payment by post.

 

Change of details

If you have changed your car registration after you have applied for your permit, email carparking@stockton.gov.uk with your new details.