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Parking & Traffic Management

South West Resilience

In September 2014 The Town Council wrote to the Prime Minster to raise concerns over transport links to the West Country.  Click here to see a copy of the Mayor's letter.

Baroness Kramer  the Minster of State for Transport has replied, click here to see her reply.

South Hams District Council Resident Parking Permit
If you are a full time resident of the South Hams you can purchase a Resident Parking Permit.

What is the residents parking permit?
A Residents Parking Permit allows you to park in any cark park operated by South Hams District Council, seven days a week, between the hours of 4.00pm and 10.00am.

Where can I use the residents parking permit?
The permit can used In any cark park operated by South Hams District Council. It also entitles holder to use the Dartmouth Park & Ride all day, every day and includes the cost of bus travel during its times of operation.

Each permit costs £21 (inc. VAT), and is valid for one car, but you can purchase more than one permit if you wish. Permits are valid for 12 months.

How do I apply for a permit?
You can apply and pay over the telephone for a permit by calling us.

To apply for a permit by post, please pdf icon download and complete the application form [217kb]Opens new window.

The address for completed forms is:

Customer Services Team
South Hams District Council
Follaton House
Plymouth Road
Totnes
TQ9 5NE

Parsons Brinckerhoff Report
Parsons Brinckerhoff Proposals Report
Parsons Brinckerhoff Issues Reports DRAFT
Pay & Display Parking -
Existing Restrictions,
Proposed Restrictions
Residents Parking -
Proposed Restrictions

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List of Devon County Council minor proposals February 2013
Please click on the following links to see the notes of the meetings.

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Notes 02.08.12
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Conclusions 16.11.11
Notes 13.10.11