Parking Dispensations Terms & Conditions

Parking Dispensations Terms & Conditions

Below are the Terms and Conditions of Use of a Temporary Dispensation Notice which will allow your vehicle to park in an agreed location in contravention of traffic regulation order restrictions that apply.

Written application for dispensation must be made to the Council's parking manager.  This can be completed using our online form (Opens in a New Window)or by completing and returning a printed application form. (.pdf) (321KB) (Opens in a New Window)

  • Broxtowe Borough Council and Rushcliffe Borough Council reserves the right to remove/deactivate any dispensation without notice.

  • Permits not collected after the application has been processed by Parking Services may still incur an admin charge.

  • The current cost for a dispensation is: 

Dispensations Costs
 Cost Description 


Cost per dispensation per period with more than 5 working days notice 


 Cost per dispensation per period with less than 5 working days notice

  • Use is limited to agreed locations approved by an authorised officer.

  • The dispensation may only be used on the vehicle nominated registration and must be clearly and visibly displayed inside the windscreen at all times.

  • The dispensation will stipulate on which street/restriction and at what times it is applicable. The dispensation does not permit parking anywhere else and will not guarantee a parking space in limited/residential parking places.

  • Unless there are significant extenuating circumstances discretionary dispensations will not be issued for continuous periods in excess of 14 days. Further dispensations beyond this period will be subjected to a further application and will incur an additional charge.

  • Dispensations will not be issued for locations where there is any possible danger to pedestrian or highway safety.

  • The vehicle must be fully road legal and hold a valid tax disc, test certificate and motor insurance.

Discretionary dispensations will not be issued for locations where there is any possible danger to pedestrian or highway safety, for example;

  • on bends;

  • on the brow of hills or where forward visibility is compromised;

  • On clearways or roads subject to speed limits in excess of 40mph;

  • Adjacent to pedestrian crossing points;

  • Adjacent to school entrances;

  • Where pedestrian visibility is impaired; and

  • Where Police, military or other safety could be compromised.

Failure to comply with the above terms and conditions will result in a penalty charge notice being issued for the relevant contravention.

Parking, CCTV & Security Services
tel: 0115 917 3620