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You are entitled to apply for a resident’s parking permit if you are a resident within a disc parking area and own a vehicle. However,
Residents of apartment blocks who have had a resident permit previously (2004-2005) will be reissued with a permit again in 2005-2006. This will be reviewed for the period 2006-2007.
An application form is available from the Parking Services office at City Hall, Cork or from the City Council website or e-mail email@example.com. Submit all fully completed applications to Residents Permit Section, Parking Services Section, City Hall, Cork.
Please note the following:
a) The vehicle must be registered with the Motor Tax Office to the address in which you are applying for the Resident’s Parking Permit
b) If the vehicle is not registered to the address a Vehicle Inquiry Form must be submitted to this office stating that you are the registered owner of the vehicle at the address where you are applying for the permit. This Inquiry Form is available from the Motor Taxation Office
c) All applications received in this office are checked with the Rates Office to ensure that the premises has a Domestic Rating. If the premises is partially commercial/non-residential, the premises may be inspected to confirm adequate residential accommodation is provided within the premises.
d) Incomplete Application forms will be returned to applicant.
e) The renewal of a permit is the responsibility of the permit holder.
Yes. We require a copy of the Vehicle Licensing Certificate and a copy of the Insurance Certificate including a letter from employer on headed paper stating applicant is sole driver and keeps vehicle at application address.
All appeals have to be in written form and must be received within 14 days of the issue date of the Fixed Charge Penalty Notice. They must contain name and address, ticket number, vehicle registration number and grounds for appeal. This is to be submitted to the Appeals Officer, Parking Services Section, City Hall, Cork. A written response is then issued granting or denying the appeal.
You need to contact the Motor Taxation Office and get written confirmation of change of ownership and supply this to Parking Services office, City Hall, Cork.
Contact the E.S.B on 1850 372 772 giving the street name and the number of the pole or alternatively phone Cork City Council’s Roads Control Division on 4924758 giving the street name and the number of the pole.
Contact the Traffic Division at 4924452 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. giving the location of problem and nature of problem.