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Parking News & Parking Review Scheme

The Parking Review is an annual process and the cut-off date for receiving requests to consider is 31st August each year.

New parking restrictions or modifications will only be considered if they are made by one of the following:
  • A Town Council, Parish Council or Parish meeting
  • A resident of a parish where there is no Parish Council or parish meeting, subject to them demonstrating that they have 8 assenters from the local community.  Assenters must be on the electoral roll for the parish where the scheme is being considered.
  • Businesses or organisation where they can demonstrate at least 50% support from the owners or occupiers of the other properties fronting the highway where the parking restrictions are proposed.    

Please return completed forms to Parking, Rutland County Council, Catmose Street, Oakham, LE15 6HP or by email to parkingmanagement@rutland.gov.uk 

Latest Parking News

Coming Soon: Free Parking

  • Saturday 2 December all day Oakham & Uppingham for Small Business Saturday, 
  • Thursday 7 December from 3pm Uppingham only for shopping event, and
  • Monday 11 December from 3pm Oakham only for shopping event. 

Charging will recommence on the next chargeable day. Pre-payments cannot be refunded.  

Rutland County Council issues instant Penalty Charge Notices for parking on all single or double yellow lines throughout Rutland and in its pedestrian zones at Market Place and Gaol Street, Oakham.    

Rutland County Council will be providing free of charge parking in its long and short stay car parks from 3pm in Uppingham 7 December 2017 and Oakham 11 December 2017 for the remainder of those days. 

The concession allowing 1 hour free parking on Church Street car park will continue until further notice.

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