If you live in one of the locations shown in the table below, you can apply for an exemption permit to access or park near to your property.
These schemes aim to give you a fair chance of parking close to residents' homes. However, they do not guarantee a parking space.
|Beccles||Peddars Lane||Residents Parking Permit|
Acton Square *
|Residents Parking Permit (for residents of 7-10 and 14 Acton Square, Berry Terrace and 1-4 Church Walk only)|
|Sudbury||East Street *||Residents Parking Permit (for residents of 23-34 and 44-71 East Street and 1-6 Springfield Terrace only)|
|Woodbridge||New Street *||Residents Parking Permit (property numbers 46-62 and 89-101 only)|
|Woodbridge||Thoroughfare||Residents Access Permit (Off Street Parking)|
|Woodbridge||Thoroughfare||Residents Permit (to load and unload only)|
|Woodbridge||Thoroughfare||Disabled Access and Parking Permit|
*Please note: we charge a £5 administration fee to issue permits for Acton Square and East Street, Sudbury and New Street, Woodbridge.
Apply for a residential exemption permit
To apply for your residential permit, please download the residents exemption permit application form (Word, 36KB).
If you are applying for a permit for Acton Square and East Street, Sudbury and New Street, Woodbridge, please attach to your application form a cheque for £5 made payable to Suffolk County Council. We will not issue permits for these locations until we receive payment.
These permits are renewed annually. If you have a permit it is your responsibility to ensure your permit remains current and clearly displayed in the front left hand side of your windscreen.
When your permit is due for renewal, please make sure we receive your request in time for us to issue your new one before the old one expires.