As the country is moving out of the current National Lockdown, the temporary relaxation of parking restrictions, allowing residents and businesses to park in our off-street car parks while displaying a valid parking permit, will end in line with the government’s next phase for relaxing Covid restrictions; i.e. 12 April 2021.
Therefore, from 12 April 2021, any vehicle parked in one of the Council’s pay and display car parks will be required to pay for parking. Failure to make payment could result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued.
We have a duty to enforce vehicles that are seen to be parked illegally in pay and display car parks, on-street parking bays and any other roads where parking restrictions apply.
A Penalty Charge Notice (parking ticket) of £50 or £70, depending on the contravention. The parking ticket is discounted by 50% if it's paid within 14 days.
For more information about parking restrictions you can visit GOV.UK website and Kent County Council's website. For further information on contravention types and the Penalty Charge Notice enforcement process visit the PATROL website.
Paying your parking ticket online is quick, easy and secure.
Pay by phone
Pay by Phone
- parking ticket reference. The eight digit number starts with MD
- registration number of the vehicle
- full name and address of the person appealing
You can pay or appeal your parking ticket online.
Maidstone Borough Council
PO Box 249