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Parking and Streets
As more people are now getting out and about in the district, Dover District Council (DDC) is reinstating parking charges in Council owned car parks and on-street pay and display bays from Friday, (22 May). All other restrictions will now be subject to enforcement i.e., limited waiting bays, double yellow lines etc. This is in line with neighbouring Councils.
We will continue to offer free parking to NHS and Care Workers at present, identified by an official document placed on the dash board.
Parking has been free in DDC owned car parks since 27 March for home workers, key workers and residents to use during the early stages of the lockdown. But, as lockdown restrictions ease and more people are using their cars, the Council needs to manage the turnover of parking spaces.
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