Wirral Council operates a number of residents parking schemes.
If you live within a parking scheme you can apply for a permit and for one visitor permit per household. Residents parking permits are not transferable.
Tranmere Rovers Residents Association manages and operates its own visitor permit scheme. These are renewed each year. Residents in this scheme area will be contacted by their residents association who will annually provide visitor permits before the start of the football season.
Apply for a resident, visitors or temporary parking permit
You can apply for a resident, visitor or temporary parking permit.
Permits for schemes introduced before 2007 are free of charge.
For schemes introduced after 2007 there is currently an annual charge of £10 per permit.
Schemes that currently make an annual charge include:
Zone G - Manor Lane, Wallasey
Zone H - Heath Drive, Heswall
Zone J - Roads to the rear of the Floral Pavilion, New Brighton
A charge may be incurred for replacing lost resident or visitor permits.
Current resident parking zones
Apply for a new resident parking scheme
To apply for a resident parking scheme you must provide the addresses, names and contact details of each address willing to pay the set-up and annual permit fees.
To set-up a new scheme you will need a minimum of 300 properties with support from a minimum of 80%.
The set-up cost for 300 properties is estimated at £75 per property (one-off payment) and the annual permit fee is £10 per permit. If the proposal involves significantly fewer than 300 properties, the set-up cost will likely be higher.
All requests will be considered against established criteria and suitability of the proposed location.
The initiator should print and complete a parking scheme request form and distribute parking scheme criteria and support forms to residents included in the scheme.
All forms should be returned to the initiator of the proposal before submission to:
Traffic and Transportation
Regeneration and Environment
Cheshire Lines Building
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