Find out who can use a doctor's bay, information about restriction times and answers to frequently asked questions.
What a doctor's bay is for
A doctor's bay is assigned to a specific surgery who pay for the use of the bay. It allows only doctors, or other medical practitioners, to park outside the surgery.
Can I park in a doctor's bay?
You can park in a doctor's bay if you are displaying a doctor permit.
Why do we have doctor's bays?
Doctor's bays allow medical practitioners to park close to their surgery. This means that they can access their vehicle easily if called out to an emergency.
How do I know what the restriction times are?
The sign on the street will tell you this. If no times are shown the bay operates at all times, 24 hours a day and every day.
I have received a penalty charge notice when parking in a doctor's bay, what do I do?
You should decide whether to: