Bronze Parking Permits
- allow those who work in Mole Valley and are classified as a low paid worker and Mole Valley residents who would like to park during off-peak hours (Monday to Friday, 8 to 9am and 5 to 6pm and all day on Saturdays)
- parking remains free from 6pm to 8am on weekdays and on Sundays.
- Select one Mole Valley District Council long stay car park when applying
- cost £175 per year
Once a permit application has been completed the permit will be valid for 12 months and it will enable you to purchase permit parking sessions for 1, 3 or 12 month lengths.
Please read the terms and conditions before submitting your application.
Your virtual permit will be valid instantly and your parking session will be valid from the selected date. There is no need to display a paper permit in your car.
If you would like to apply for a Swan Centre permit (a pro-rata permit to cover selected days of the week, rather than a full week) or a Concessionary permit, email email@example.com.
- Qualifying criteria – To be eligible for a Bronze parking permit, applicants must be one of the following:a) A Mole Valley resident who would like to park during off-peak hours (Monday to Friday, 8 – 9am, 5 – 6pm and all day on Saturdays). Parking remains free from 6pm to 8am on weekdays and on Sundays.i) Your usual place of residence must be within Mole Valley. If you do not regularly live within Mole Valley then you do not qualify for a permit irrespective of your interest in the property; and
ii) you either own or keep and have sole use of a vehicle. The vehicle must be registered to your address (see point 3)
b) A Low paid worker who works in Mole Valley who:
i) drives a minimum of two miles from their place of residence to their place of work; and
ii) earns less than the National Living Wage plus 10% (should earnings increase above this figure you will no longer be eligible for the permit)
Low paid worker applicants will need to provide MVDC with documentary proof that their income is less than the National Living Wage plus 10%. Evidence may include:
Copy of a recent payslip
A letter on headed paper from your employer confirming your place of work and the hourly rate which you are paid
A copy of your contract of employment
MVDC reserves the right to carry out spot checks on permit holders by requesting proof of their income at any time. If requested to do so, permit holders must produce evidence of their income within 10 working days of such request. Failure to produce the required evidence may lead to MVDC revoking the permit.
- Proof of Residency for all applicants will need to be uploaded at the time of application. Acceptable documents include:A recent utility bill, bank statement or payslip no more than three months old (electricity, gas, landline phone, water bill)Benefit award statement, Tenancy Agreement or letter from your landlord confirming your tenancy
- Proof that you are either the registered keeper or you have full time use of the vehicle will need to be uploaded for off-peak permit applicants at the time of application. Acceptable documents include:The vehicle registration document (V5) showing your name and permit addressA letter on headed paper from your employer stating the vehicle details, registration and that you have full time use of this company vehicle at the permit address
A copy of the vehicle lease/ hire agreement showing your name, permit address and vehicle details
An insurance policy schedule showing your name, permit address and vehicle details
- A Bronze permit may only be used in one of MVDC’s long term Pay & Display car parks as stated in point 19, selected on application. MVDC may, upon giving reasonable notice to the permit holder, restrict the use of the permit in a specified car park.
- A Bronze permit can be paid for on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis.
- A virtual permit will be issued and therefore a permit does not need to be displayed in the vehicle.
- Failure to renew a permit before or on the expiry date will result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued.
- A permit does not guarantee a parking space.
- Permit applications should be made online by accessing the link on MVDC’s website. MVDC does not issue permits to personal callers at Pippbrook. Any applicant who requires assistance with submitting an online application should call for assistance.
- MVDC reserves the right to refuse issue of a permit or to cancel a permit if fraudulent information has been supplied.
- You may update or change your vehicle details by logging on to the online permit portal.
- A permit holder must cancel their permit on the occurrence of any of the following events:a) The permit holder ceases to own or use the vehicle in respect of which the permit was issued (change of vehicle with evidence as stated in point 3 is allowed).b) The permit holder is no longer a Mole Valley resident.
c) In the case of a Low Paid Worker, they no longer earn less than the National Living Wage plus 10% or they no longer live more than two miles from their place of work.
- Reminders regarding renewal of permits will be sent by email to the email address provided at the time of application.
- Permits can only be allocated to one vehicle at a time. You may update or change your vehicle details by logging on to the online permit portal. You may make one permanent and three temporary changes per application. If incorrect vehicle details are supplied this will result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued.
- MVDC reserves the right to cancel a parking permit at any time subject to giving the permit holder seven days written notice. Where MVDC cancels a parking permit a pro-rata refund for the remaining full days of the permit will be made. Where a permit is cancelled because of fraud or misuse the permit holder will not be eligible for a refund.
- The permit may only be used for vehicles licensed as private or goods vehicles.
- MVDC’s current Off-Street Parking Orders apply to the use of permits. These are available upon request.
- You can cancel your permit by logging on to the online portal. If you cancel once the permit period has started, refunds can only be obtained on the full days remaining.
- Bronze permits are only valid in a specified town in the following car parks:a) Dorking: Reigate Road, High Street / Wathen Road, South Side, St Martins Walk (you must use the long term section only), South Street, Junction Road and Church Street.b) Leatherhead: Randalls Road and Station Road. Church Road car park is specifically excluded. Low Paid Workers can also park on level 6 of the Swan Centre car park.
c) Ashtead Permits: Grove Road and Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall (excluding front section adjacent to Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall).
d) Bookham Permits: Lower Shott.
- Exclusion of Liability – MVDC does not undertake to supervise the parking place and will not accept any liability for loss or damage to motor vehicles or their contents howsoever caused, or injury to any person howsoever such injury is caused, unless or to the extent caused by proven negligence of MVDC its representatives or agents.
- Variation of Terms and Conditions – By applying for or purchasing any type of permit, the holder:a) certifies that all the information that the applicant has given in the application process is correct;b) accepts the MVDC’s terms and conditions as varied from time to time; and
c) agrees to be bound by and comply with the relevant Traffic Regulation Orders which may be varied from time to time
MVDC reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions, application procedures and the relevant Traffic Regulation Orders and at any time.
- Any contravention of these Terms and Conditions will render the permit invalid and a Penalty Charge Notice may be issued.
Data Protection and Fair Processing Notice for Formsa) MVDC is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers, and to this end may use the information you have provided on this form for the prevention and detection of fraud. It may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes.
- b) MVDC will investigate any cases of suspected fraud or misuse of the permit. If MVDC finds evidence of fraud or misuse it will suspend the permit and withdraw the facility to purchase Permits. MVDC may also cancel permits already purchased, which may render the vehicle owner liable to pay a penalty charge and possible Vehicle removal and storage fees. MVDC may also prosecute where they consider that fraud or intentional misuse has taken place.
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