Parking and permits
There are clearly marked parking spaces on estates, either individually numbered or for common use.
Residents can use these provided they have a parking permit.
We also have garages for rent.
Unauthorised vehicles risk a £100 Parking Charge Notice.
Vehicles parked on Peabody estates must clearly display a valid permit, an up-to-date tax disc and, if applicable, a valid local authority disabled badge.
They must be roadworthy and not cause a health and safety risk or public nuisance. Residents should not carry out repairs to any vehicle on Peabody land that could cause a nuisance or damage property.
If you want to park a vehicle other than a car, such as a van, caravan, lorry, trailer or boat, you need written permission from your neighbourhood manager.
We have a parking policy (pdf, 244KB) and sub-units policy (pdf, 165KB) setting out our approach to providing parking bays, spaces and garages to residents.
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