Report Unused Parking Suspensions

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To report the non-use of parking suspensions, the Contact Camden telephone number is printed on all suspension signs for this purpose and is the best way to ensure reports are investigated quickly, and where possible bringing bays back into use when the applicant agrees.
 
There is also an online form available via the suspension FAQs: http://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/navigation/transport-and-streets/parking/parking-bay-suspensions/parking-suspension-faqs/ or reports can be made directly to parkingsuspensions@camden.gov.uk, however a telephone call ensures an investigation is done without delay.  

Website
www.camden.gov.uk/parkingsuspensions
Phone
020 7974 4444 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
Details
A suspension to a parking bay or space prohibits the use of the bay by anyone other than the person or organisation that has made the application for the suspension. Whilst a parking suspension can be in place at any time, in most cases a suspension will normally operate between the core hours of 8.30am and 6.30pm Monday to Friday. The minimum notice period required to suspend parking bays is 14 calendar days, plus 3 working days processing time. Applications to suspend a bay must be received by 3pm, Mon-Fri (excluding public and bank holidays).

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