Harrow Council has announced that parking restrictions in Controlled Resident Parking Zones will be relaxed over the upcoming Coronation Bank Holiday Weekend from Saturday 6th to Monday 8th May.
The holiday period will allow residents to park their cars freely without the need for a permit. However, it is important to note that obstructive or dangerous parking such as double yellow lines or pedestrian crossing points will still be enforced within Controlled Resident Parking Zones.
Meanwhile, parking restrictions outside of Controlled Resident Parking Zones will continue to be enforced normally.
For those unfamiliar with Controlled Parking Zones, these are areas that have parking restrictions enforced through either single or double yellow lines or by requiring a parking permit to park a car.
The times for permitted parking are displayed on street signs located on all routes into the parking zone. For more information about Controlled Parking Zones, Harrow Council provides a map where residents can check which streets are within these zones.
It is worth noting that some car parks within housing estates in Harrow operate under a permit holders-only scheme, meaning that residents who do not hold a permit cannot park their cars there.
Additionally, it is important to remember that usual parking restrictions apply on bank holidays unless stated otherwise on parking signs.
Residents who have inquiries or need further information about Controlled Parking Zones may email email@example.com.
For those who want to find out if their street is within a Controlled Parking Zone or view parking restrictions and hours of operation for parking zones, they may enter their street address on Harrow Council’s website.