Coronavirus (COVID-19): change to service
Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) we have made changes to parking restrictions in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
All current valid permits and season tickets will be extended by one month. We will review this after three weeks.
See further information about changes to services.
Resident’s carers permits are available to those residents relying on an unofficial carer. The resident must be a disabled blue badge holder. The permit allows the carer to park their vehicle whilst providing care to the resident.
You can register more than one vehicle on your online account and then nominate which vehicle you need to park, as and when required. It is important to ensure the vehicle you have parked is the vehicle active on your account.
The cost of a resident's carer permit is currently £55 per year.
Documentary evidence is required with your first application using the online permit system.
A check will be made of the Council Tax and Electoral Roll records to verify residence. However, if you are not named on these records, you will need to provide either:
- carer's vehicle registration document (pages 1 and 2)
- tenancy agreement (if not named on the Council Tax records)
- copy of valid disabled blue badge
- doctor's letter (this must include carer's name and address)
If you are unable to provide the required documentary evidence or are unsure about what to supply please contact the Parking Administration Section on 01202 634240.
How to apply
You can apply online or by post.
To apply online, please use our form.
To apply by post, download and complete the resident's carer parking permit application form and enclose your cheque/postal order, made payable to Borough of Poole, together with photocopies of the supporting documents as set out on the form and post the application to:
Parking administration section
Borough of Poole
PO Box 5038
Postal applications will be processed within 5 working days from receipt of the completed application. Parking Administration will not accept personal callers.
Please make sure you read the resident's carers parking permit terms and conditions.
Page last updated: 30 March 2020