Royal assent was granted to the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 on 1st May 2012 which will prohibit wheel clamping, creating a new criminal offence to immobilise, move or prevent the movement of a vehicle without lawful authority.
This will make it unlawful to continue to wheel clamp vehicles on private land (which includes housing estates), therefore, clamping ceased on all Council estates managed by Brent Housing Partnership (BHP) on 31st May 2012.
As a result of this, Brent Housing Partnership has reviewed its current parking control schemes across all estates managed by Brent Housing Partnership.
We surveyed all residents on the following:
Residents on the following estates have voted in agreement to introduce the new proposed parking scheme and the implementation of a charge for resident and visitor parking permits.
Permits will cost £10 and there will be a maximum of 2 residents' permits and one visitors permit per household. Permits will be free for Blue Badge holders.
The estates are:
New parking contractor
BHP has now appointed a new contract to Wing Parking Ltd who will manage all aspects of the new parking scheme including the enforcement and issuing of all parking permits.
Wing Parking have put together a booklet which gives further information about the parking scheme, along with the schedule that shows when each scheme will be implemented.
Residents will be notified in writing in the next few weeks, introducing Wing Parking and details will be provided of how and where you can obtain a permit.
You can download Wing Parking's booklet in portable document format (pdf)
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