Free parking for key workers and frontline staff
Emergency staff and frontline workers helping vulnerable people can now apply to park for free in council-owned car parks and parking bays across Barking and Dagenham during the coronavirus pandemic.
Key worker permits are available to help these important staff continue providing vital services to the local community. Residents will also be able to park for 30 mins in CPZ zones without a permit, so they can drop off essential items outside loved ones’ doors, while socially distancing.
Keyworkers include NHS workers and Police, council workers who need to physically be in the borough and contractors delivering services on their behalf such as social care. Others include school staff visiting vulnerable children, those supporting vulnerable individuals, volunteers and faith leaders.
Two different types of key worker permit are available. One for two hours’ parking, and the other for unlimited where this is needed.
NHS and emergency services staff
Send an email from your official work email address to email@example.com to apply for a permit. Please clearly state your name, home address, contact phone number, organisation they work for, job role, vehicle make, colour and registration number.
Ask the organisation or charity they are volunteering for, to send an email from the charity’s official email address to firstname.lastname@example.org This email needs to clearly state your name, home address, contact phone number, organisation you are volunteering for, volunteering role, vehicle make, colour and registration number.