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Where to Park

in Worthing

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Civil Parking
Enforcement
Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) was Appeals must be made in writing,
introduced in Worthing Borough in either by post or online, and cannot
September 2007. West Sussex County be accepted verbally. Further details
Council (WSCC) has entered into an on how to pay and appeal can be
Agency Agreement with Worthing Borough found on the reverse of the PCN and
Council (WBC) to manage CPE and the also via www.adur-worthing.gov.uk.
Controlled Parking Zone on their behalf on- The reverse of the PCN also has Quick
street, although WSCC remains ultimately Response codes for ease of use by
responsible as the Highways Authority. WBC those with smartphones.
is solely responsible for off-street matters in
Council-owned car parks.
It is the Registered Keeper who is
WBC has let a contract for on-street day-to-
ultimately responsible for managing
day matters and enforcement to NSL Services,
the PCN. If the PCN remains
and another contract for off-street day-to-day
unsuccessfully appealed and unpaid,
matters to NCP Limited. WBC manages these
the debt will be registered at the
contracts.
Traffic Enforcement Centre of
CPE is managed through Penalty Charge Northampton County Court, and later
Notices (PCNs) by Civil Enforcement Officers a warrant will be obtained and passed
(CEOs) for parking contraventions on and to bailiffs for execution and recovery
off-street. There are set observation periods of the debt.
for different types of contraventions and
each contravention is categorised as either a
higher or lower level of contravention in line The income generated by CPE goes
with legislation which governs the scheme, towards offsetting the costs of
known as The Traffic Management Act 2004. running the operation. Any surplus
revenue is ring-fenced to fund local
CEOs are not entitled, under the legislation,
transport or environmental related
to show discretion whilst enforcing. Such
projects.
discretion is shown in the appeals process
which has 3 stages – the third being with an
independent parking adjudicator known as
Traffic Penalty Tribunal. If a PCN is paid within
the first 14 days from the date of issue, the
charge is reduced by 50%. If an appeal is
received within the first 14 days from the
date of issue and subsequently rejected, the
50% discount rate is usually reoffered.

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Off-Street Parking in Worthing Town Centre
There are 16 car parks in or within close Mark Award, which is awarded by
proximity to Worthing’s lively Town Centre, independent assessors and granted to
15 of which are managed on a day to day car parks which create a safer and more
basis by National Car Parks Limited (12 of secure environment for their customers
which are managed on behalf of Worthing and their vehicles.
Borough Council) and the other by the Town
On the main road approaches to the
Centre Initiative.
Town Centre, a state of the art system of
This includes 4 large multi-storeys, 3 of which Variable Messaging Signs advises drivers
are central to the Town (High Street, Grafton of the availability of off-street parking
and Buckingham car parks) and the main spaces in the Town Centre and provides
shopping areas; the fourth (Teville Gate) is clear directions to the appropriate car
located just to the north of the town within parks.
10 minutes walk of the shops and near to
Shoppers are encouraged to use the High
the main Worthing railway station. These
Street, Grafton and Buckingham car parks.
car parks offer nearly 2500 spaces, including
These offer the customer convenient
disabled parking. Although disabled parking
parking close to the shops. For longer
is free within the disabled bays of the surface
stays, lower-cost parking is provided at
car parks, the standard charges apply in all
Teville Gate and in the Beach House Park
other bays. Charges apply to all users in the
area, and charges reduce the further away
multi-storey car parks, although disabled bays
from the town centre you are.
are available providing parking close to the
access points. Electric vehicle charging points are
available in High Street and Grafton Multi-
The 3 Town Centre multi-storeys that operate
Storey car parks, plus Brooklands Western
24 hours a day, are patrolled regularly, and
Road surface car park. Standard parking
monitored by a remote control centre via
charges apply and you must be a member
CCTV. There are public toilets within them or
of the Charge Your Car network.
close by. They include state of the art parking
equipment that accepts a variety of payment For further information on the car parks
methods. in Worthing, including facilities, season
tickets, operational hours and tariffs,
All car parks have achieved the Safer Park
please visit the NCP website - www.ncp.co.uk

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On-Street Parking in Worthing Town Centre

Introduction
The Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) was introduced on 8th November 1996, following detailed
consultation with the residents and businesses of Worthing.
The CPZ is designed to prevent all day on-street commuter parking, making it easier for
residents, visitors and shoppers to park, enhance road safety, and remove obstructions to
private accesses by eliminating indiscriminate parking. The CPZ includes the whole of the
town centre and some surrounding residential areas, and operates using a permit and pay &
display system.

How The Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) Works


CPZ signs are located at all inner and outer area entry points. These inform motorists of the hours
during which parking is controlled in the area they are entering.
The hours of parking control vary according to the area. In the more central areas (zones A, B and C)
the hours are 9.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Saturday. In the outer areas (zones D to O) they are
10.00am to 11.00am and 2.00pm to 3.00pm, Monday to Saturday (i.e. 2 hours each day).
During the hours of control, parking is permitted only in designated parking bays (marked with
white lines), by displaying pay & display tickets, parking vouchers or permits. Signs are positioned
adjacent to all parking bays showing the hours of parking control, type of parking permitted, the
time limit applicable and the cost per hour, where there is a charge. Charges reduce the further
away from the town centre you are.
Outside the hours of control, parking is not restricted in bays or on single yellow lines unless
specifically indicated by a statutory yellow time plate. Parking should not take place where it would
endanger or inconvenience pedestrians or other road users. Double yellow lines apply at all times.
Motorcycles and scooters do not require a permit or pay & display ticket, but must park within the
marked bays. They must also park considerately between cars.

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The map shows the area where parking is available in the Controlled Parking Zone, and will
help you identify the most suitable area for you to park. The colour index shows you which
type of parking is available in individual streets and shows locations of council car parks.
Once you arrive at your destination, check the parking sign beside the bay to make sure you
can park in the area (the more complicated signs are explained in this guide).

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If you would like to view plans of the parking restrictions that are in place in your road or area
in greater detail, you may do so by logging onto the County Council’s website. Please go to
http://www2.westsussex.gov.uk/lvmaps/tro.html

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prosecution or civil proceedings West Sussex County Council
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- Chapel Road (Winter)
- Marine Parade (Summer)
NCP Car Park Enquiries On-Street Permit Enquiries and
0845 050 7085 Enforcement Information: Shopmobility
or 0845 680 0189 (01903) 820980
NCP Ltd. or
High Street Multi-Storey Parking Shop
Car Park Office 52 Chapel Road ! Car Park Space
Message Signs
Worthing Worthing, West Sussex
BN11 1NY BN11 1BE
Car Park Season Ticket Information
0845 050 7080
or email : worthing.sales@ncp.co.uk

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Types of parking in Worthing
Residents’ Parking Residents’ Visitor Permits issued to each
household may be restricted. Visitors to zones
Residents’ Permits are available to residents A to C can, of course, also use Pay & Display if
who live within the CPZ, own a vehicle and they only need to park for a short period.
who do not have adequate off-street parking
facilities. Application forms are available Visitor Permits are only available from the
from the Parking Shop (see back cover) Parking Shop (see back cover). Proof of
and proof of residence will be required at the identity and address will be required upon
time of application which is 3 months old or application.
less’. Due to the level of demand exceeding
capacity, waiting lists are in operation in
Parking for
some zones. Some new developments may Shoppers
have a restricted number of permits available
to residents.
and Other visitors
Short term Pay & Display parking is available in
Residents’ Permits are only valid if clearly designated parking bays within the inner areas
displayed on the windscreen of the vehicle to at a cost. The hours of parking control and
which they relate and if the vehicle is parked maximum permitted stay are clearly displayed on
in an appropriate parking bay for the relevant road signs adjacent to all parking bays. Please
zone. They are not valid in any of Worthing’s ensure the correct ticket is bought at the correct
car parks. tariff level in accordance with the signs adjacent
to the vehicle’s parked location – i.e. correct
Residents’ permits are not transferable. In
machine used for the correct road.
the event of a change of vehicle or address,
notification must be given to The Parking Shop
Parking Vouchers that have been purchased in
so that records can be updated and an amended
other West Sussex CPZs or from the Parking
permit issued where required.
Shop in Worthing may be used in lieu of Pay and
There is no guarantee that residents will Display.
always be able to park outside their own
property. Refunds for cancelled permits will Non-Resident
be paid for each remaining full calendar Permits
month. Non-Resident Permits are available to individuals
who reside outside the CPZ and businesses
Residents’ Visitor located within the CPZ. Their use is restricted to
Permits the road specified on the permit. Parking in other
Residents’ Visitor Permits are valid within roads within the CPZ would require the use of Pay
the Zone in which the resident lives and may & Display where available, or parking outside of
only be purchased by the resident for use by the CPZ during the hours of restriction.
visitors to their property who need to park on
the road during the hours of parking control. Non-Resident Permits will only be available for
They are not valid in any of Worthing’s car roads in the outer zones (D to O) where adequate
parks. space has been identified.

Residents’ Visitor Permits are valid for two If you would like to apply for a Non-Resident Permit
hours (or all day in zones D to O) and may
please contact the Parking Shop (see back cover).
be purchased in advance. The number of
8 Where to park in Worthing
Parking for Special
Healthcare Personnel Circumstances
Eligible medical staff and associated care Residents’ Carer Permits
personnel who need to carry out domiciliary visits There are a number of disabled and/or elderly
to patients within the CPZ will be issued with residents living within the CPZ who rely on
special permits. These enable them to park in regular visits from care organisations, relations,
any parking bay within the CPZ, whilst carrying friends, etc. in order to maintain an independent
out their duties, but are not for use whilst in an lifestyle and remain living at home. To assist
NHS premises or for taking patients shopping / to these residents a Residents’ Carer Permit may be
appointments. Full details are available from the issued.
Parking Shop (see back cover).
If you do not own a car and would like to apply
for a Residents’ Carer Permit to enable your
Parking for Disabled carers to visit you at you home, within the CPZ,
Persons please write to the Parking Shop (see back
Drivers who display a disabled person’s Blue cover).
Badge may park without payment or time limit in
Weekly Permits
any Pay & Display or free limited waiting parking
bay. Hotels and guest houses within the CPZ may
purchase permits for use by their guests in
In addition, designated disabled persons’ parking permit holder only parking bays. These may also
bays are provided in various locations around the be available to residents who may be on a permit
town centre. waiting list.
Full details are available from the Parking Shop
Disabled drivers can also park on yellow lines for (see back cover).
up to 3 hours with their badge and clock clearly
and correctly displayed providing no obstruction is Parking for Tradespeople
being caused. Where residents employ contractors or
tradespeople to carry out work at their home
Blue Badge holders should note that they are not and the resident does not have off-street parking
exempt from parking restrictions where loading facilities, the contractor may need to park on the
restrictions apply and that they cannot park road during the hours of parking control.
within loading bays.
In certain cases, exceptions to the restrictions
Where disabled bays are located in a resident may be allowed and a Dispensation Notice
permit area and the bay is also marked with issued. Alternatively, Resident’s Visitor permits
a sign on a pole depicting disabled resident should be issued by the resident to the
bay, a valid resident permit must be displayed tradesperson or the tradesperson can purchase
in addition to the blue badge and this is a them from the Parking Shop. (see back cover)
mandatory disabled resident bay. If the disabled
bay does not have a sign on a pole and is simply
marked on the highway, then this is an advisory
bay and relies on the goodwill of other users
to leave it clear for the blue badge holder who
applied for it – a valid resident permit must still
be displayed.

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Parking Bay
Suspensions
In certain circumstances the use of a parking As long as the driver / passenger is seen to be
bay(s) may be suspended to ensure the safe loading / unloading within a set observation
movement of traffic during building or road period they will be left to complete the task for
works and on occasions such as weddings, the appropriate time.
funerals, processions, etc.
Many marked loading bays however, are for
Permit holders should pay attention to signs goods vehicles only, so please check the signage.
informing them of a bay suspension and should
ensure not to park in a suspended bay. Vehicles Free Limited Waiting
causing an obstruction may be removed by the Parking
Police. Further away from the town centre there are
An application for a suspension should be made various lengths of time-limited parking at no
to the Parking Shop (see back cover). cost. You do not have to pay to park here, but
you cannot leave your car in that bay for more
Loading and than the time shown on the sign, and must not
return to that bay within the time limit shown on
Unloading the sign. There are bays allowing 20 minutes, 1
Vehicles may wait in a parking bay whilst loading or 2 hour maximum stays.
or unloading at premises adjacent to the bay,
except where the parking is suspended.
Vehicles may also wait on yellow lines to load
and unload, except where loading restrictions are
in force. A vehicle must not wait where it would
endanger or inconvenience pedestrians or other
road users.

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Sample on-street signage
This sign indicates that you are entering an area of the
Controlled Parking Zone. The times shown explain when the
parking restrictions apply. Outside of these times anyone can
park without payment.

This sign informs you of the hours when you need to display a
voucher or pay & display ticket.

This sign indicates that anyone can park for up to 2 hours free of
charge during the times shown. However, you may not return to
the same place for a period of 2 hours following your departure.

This sign indicates that only cars with permits may be parked
during the times shown. The letter ‘A’ tells you which zone you
are in but will be of relevance only if you have a permit.

Where you see this sign you can park free of charge at any
time, except during 10am -11am or 2pm - 3pm on Mondays
to Saturdays when only permit holders may park. The letter
indicates which zone permit is entitled to park here during the
times indicated.

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Please note NSL (Parking Shop) have now changed the 0845 680 0189
telephone number to 0345 680 0189 (treated like a local number and
charged at the same rate as an 01 or 02 number).

We hope you will find this guide useful.


If you have further questions or problems with the parking scheme
please do not hesitate to contact:-

On-street Parking Shop - 0845 680 0189


Parking Shop, 52 Chapel Road, Worthing, BN11 1BE
Hours of opening: Mon - Fri 8am to 5pm, Sat - 8am to 4pm
Closed on Sun and Bank Holidays
or
Off-street Car Park - 0845 050 7085
NCP Ltd, High Street MSCP, Worthing, BN11 1NY
Hours of opening: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

If you require this leaflet in any other format, such as large print, audio etc,
please contact the Parking Shop