Workplace parking levy
Workplace parking levy

The following Local Government guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Workplace parking levy
  • Regulations
  • Scope
  • Content
  • Approval
  • Exemption from approval
  • Liability of provider
  • Penalty charges
  • Representations and appeals
  • Payment and recovery

Local traffic authorities have power to introduce workplace parking levy licensing schemes allowing them to charge the occupier of the premises for a licence for car parking spaces (‘licensed units’) which are occupied by motor vehicles and provided for use by:

  1. employees, agents, suppliers, business customers or business visitors of a relevant person

  2. pupils or students attending training provided by a relevant person, or

  3. a member of a body engaged in the carrying on of any of its business (where the body is a relevant person)

for attending a place where the relevant person carries on business (at or in the vicinity of the premises).

A relevant person is:

  1. the person who provides the parking place

  2. anyone with whom they have arrangements to provide the parking place (whether or not for that person's own use), or

  3. any person who is associated with either

Nottingham City Council introduce