Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Jersey) Order 2006

Revised Edition

25.550.36

Showing the law as at 1 January 2019

This is a revised edition of the law




Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Jersey) Order 2006

THE MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES, in pursuance of Articles 59 and 84 of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956[1], orders as follows –

Commencement [see endnotes]

1        Interpretation

(1)     In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires –

car park official”, in respect of a parking place, means a person authorized by the controlling body of the parking place to carry out the duties prescribed by this Order in relation to the parking places;

charging Order” means an Order made under Article 59(1) of the Law prescribing the charges payable in respect of parking places;

commercial vehicle” means a vehicle designed or manufactured solely or mainly for purposes other than those of a private household;

“controlling body”, in respect of a parking place, means –

(a)     the parochial authority in the case of a parking place administered by a parochial authority;

(b)     the Minister for Education in the case of the parking places STHA3, STS4, STS5, STS6 and STS7;

(c)     the Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture in the case of the parking places STB5A, STB28, STB29, STH6, STH21, STH29, STH30, STH31, STH32, STC6, STS3, STS8 and STS9; or

(d)     the Minister for Infrastructure in any other case;

disabled person’s badge” means a badge, parking card or permit as described in Article 2(4)(a) of the Road Traffic (Disabled Persons) (Parking) (Jersey) Order 2002[2];

disabled person’s vehicle” means a vehicle lawfully displaying a disabled person’s badge;

displayed”, in respect of a disabled person’s badge, season ticket, pay card, parking disc or permit displayed on a vehicle, means –

(a)     displayed either against the internal face of the windscreen or against the internal face of a side window adjacent to the windscreen of the vehicle; or

(b)     if the vehicle has no windscreen, in a conspicuous place on the vehicle,

so that the details on the badge, season ticket, pay card, parking disc or permit are clearly visible from outside the vehicle;

excess charge” means the charge payable on the issue of an excess charge notice;

excess charge notice” means a notice in a form authorized by the Minister for Infrastructure stating that the prescribed excess charge is payable and the time and manner in which it is to be paid;

foreign registered vehicle” means a vehicle that is exempt from registration under the Registration Law pursuant to Regulation 4(2) of the Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Jersey) Regulations 1958[3] and that has displayed on it –

(a)     the registration mark recorded in the visitor’s registration document (as defined in those Regulations) in respect of the vehicle as its registration mark; or

(b)     an identification mark assigned to the vehicle pursuant to those Regulations;

invalid carriage” has the meaning assigned to that expression by the Registration Law;

Law” means the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956[4];

motor vehicle”, in the definition of “unregistered vehicle” does not include a motor vehicle that is exempt from registration under the Registration Law not being a foreign registered vehicle;

notice”, in respect of a notice in a parking place giving directions to the public, includes a mark, sign or other indication clearly visible to the public;

park”, in respect of a vehicle, includes to cause or knowingly permit the vehicle to be parked;

parking bay”, in respect of a parking place, means an area marked on the ground of the parking place as an area where a vehicle may be parked;

pay card” means a card in a form authorized by the Minister for Infrastructure issued by or on behalf of a controlling body on payment of the prescribed charge and includes a card issued by a ticket issuing machine;

parking disc” means a disc, issued by a Connétable for display on parked vehicles, that is composed of 2 pieces of pale yellow cardboard enclosing 3 red cardboard discs each pivoted about its centre on which are printed figures that can be set to reveal through 3 apertures in one of the pieces of yellow cardboard –

(a)     in the left hand aperture, the hour;

(b)     in the centre aperture, the tens of minutes; and

(c)     in the right hand aperture the minutes,

of the time of arrival of a vehicle at a parking place;

parking place” means a public parking place the name, description or vicinity of which is specified in Schedule 1;

parking unit” means a unit of charge having the value or values prescribed by a charging Order;

pay period”, in respect of parking place specified in a Part of Schedule 3, means the period specified in that Part in respect of the parking place;

permit”, in respect of a parking place, means a permit in a form authorized by the Minister for Infrastructure issued by the controlling body of the parking place or a person acting with the authority of the controlling body, whether on the payment of a charge or otherwise, that authorizes the holder of the permit to park a vehicle in the parking place in accordance with the provisions of the permit;

prescribed charge” means the charge prescribed by a charging Order and, in respect of a parking place specified in a Part of Schedule 3, means the charge (expressed in parking units) specified in that Part in respect of the parking place;

prescribed excess charge” means the excess charge or charges prescribed by a charging Order;

prescribed season ticket charge” means the charge or charges for a season ticket prescribed by a charging Order;

public parking place” means a place under the administration of a public or parochial authority where vehicles may be parked;

registered vehicle” means a vehicle registered under the Registration Law;

Registration Law” means the Motor Vehicle Registration (Jersey) Law 1993[5];

“school term time” means any part of the year during which a child is required to attend school;

season ticket” means a ticket in a form authorized by the Minister for Infrastructure issued by or on behalf of a controlling body on payment of the prescribed season ticket charge that permits, subject to a parking bay being available, a vehicle to be parked in a parking place for which the ticket is valid during the calendar month in respect of which the ticket is issued;

ticket issuing machine” means a device from which pay tickets are issued on payment of the prescribed fee;

trailer” includes a caravan;

unregistered vehicle” means a motor vehicle other than a registered vehicle, an invalid carriage or a foreign registered vehicle;

valid pay card”, in respect of a vehicle in a parking place, means a pay card that has been correctly marked in accordance with the instructions on the card to indicate that the prescribed charge required to be paid to park the vehicle in the parking place at that time has been paid;

valid parking disc”, in respect of a vehicle in a parking place, means a parking disc that has been correctly set in accordance with the instructions on the disc to show that the vehicle may be parked in that parking place at that time;

valid permit”, in respect of a vehicle in a parking place, means a permit that permits the vehicle to be parked in that parking place at that time;

“valid remote payment” means a payment in respect of a vehicle parked or to be parked in a parking place, such payment being –

(a)     made by means of the internet;

(b)     accepted by or on behalf of the Minister; and

(c)     of the amount of the prescribed charge required to be paid to park the vehicle in that parking place for the period during which it is parked or to be parked;

valid season ticket”, in respect of a vehicle in a parking place, means a season ticket that is currently in force in respect of that parking place;

“vehicle” does not include a trailer or a boat.[6]

(2)     A reference in this Order to a parking place by a letter or letters and a number is a reference to the parking place in column 1 of Schedule 1 assigned the letter or those letters and the number in column 2 of that Schedule.

2        Use of parking places

(1)     A person may park a vehicle in a parking place, subject to compliance with this Order.

(2)     Paragraph (1) does not authorize a person to park –

(a)     a commercial vehicle with an overall length of 15 feet or more; or

(b)     an agricultural tractor,

in a parking place that is not specified in Schedule 4, without the written permission of the controlling body of the parking place.

(3)     The controlling body of a parking place may in writing permit a person to park or place a trailer or boat or any other thing that is not a vehicle in any parking place.

(4)     Permission for the purpose of paragraph (2) or (3) may be given subject to such terms and conditions as the controlling body of the parking place may determine, including conditions requiring the payment of a charge and the display of the permission.

3        Controlling body may control use of parking place

The controlling body of a parking place may by notice displayed at the parking place –

(a)     indicate the speed and route to be taken and other restrictions to be observed by a person driving a vehicle in the parking place or by pedestrians;

(b)     restrict the size or mass of vehicles that may use the whole or any part of the parking place;

(c)     close for any period and for any purpose the whole or any part of the parking place;

(d)     set aside permanently or for any period the whole or any part of the parking place for parking vehicles of a type specified in the notice; and

(e)     set aside permanently or for any period the whole or any part of the parking place for parking vehicles on which a valid permit is displayed or a valid remote payment has been made.[7]

4        Restrictions on parking

A person must not park a vehicle in a parking place specified in a Part of Schedule 2 –

(a)     for more than the maximum parking period specified in that Part; or

(b)     in the circumstance that any condition specified in that Part is breached in relation to the vehicle.

5        Parking charges

(1)     Except in relation to parking place STH20A, a person must not park a vehicle in a parking place specified in Schedule 3 during the pay period specified in that Schedule in respect of the parking place unless a valid season ticket, a valid pay card or a valid permit is displayed on the vehicle or a valid remote payment has been made.[8]

(1A)   A person must not park a vehicle in parking place STH20A during the pay period specified in Part 1 of Schedule 3 in respect of that parking place unless a valid pay card or a valid permit is displayed on the vehicle or a valid remote payment has been made.[9]

(2)     Paragraph (1) does not apply in respect of a disabled person’s vehicle –

(a)     if a valid parking disc is displayed on the vehicle; and

(b)     in respect of a parking place specified in Schedule 3 where a vehicle may be parked in the parking place for a continuous period between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any day, the disabled person’s vehicle is not parked in the parking place for a total period of more than 12 hours during any continuous period of 24 hours.

(3)     Paragraph (1) does not apply in respect of a motor cycle parked in an area of a parking place set aside for motor cycles by the controlling body of the parking place.

(4)     Paragraph (1) does not apply in respect of a cycle left in an area of a parking place set aside for cycles by the controlling body of the parking place.

6        Excess charges

(1)     A prescribed excess charge is payable if a person –

(a)     has failed to comply with Article 4 or 5 in respect of a vehicle parked in a parking place;

(b)     has parked a vehicle in a parking place, whether within or partly within a parking bay, or otherwise, in a manner that obstructs or is likely to obstruct other vehicles using the parking place;

(c)     has parked a vehicle in a parking place in a part of that place that is neither a parking bay where the vehicle is authorized to be parked nor an area set aside for parking vehicles of that type;

(d)     otherwise than in accordance with the permission of the controlling body of a parking place, has parked or placed a trailer, boat or other thing in the parking place;

(e)     has parked an unregistered vehicle anywhere in a parking place; or

(f)      otherwise than in accordance with the written permission of the controlling officer of a parking place not specified in Schedule 4, has parked a commercial vehicle with an overall length of more than 15 feet, or an agricultural tractor, in the parking place;

(g)     has parked a vehicle, trailer, boat or other thing in a parking place contrary to the terms of a notice displayed under Article 3 in the parking place,

and a car park official has attached an excess charge notice to a conspicuous part of the vehicle, trailer, boat or other thing.

(2)     If a car park official has attached an excess charge notice to a vehicle by virtue of paragraph (1)(a) the vehicle may remain parked in the parking place for 2 hours from the time specified in the notice.

(3)     If –

(a)     a car park official has attached an excess charge notice to a vehicle, trailer, boat or other thing by virtue of paragraph (1); and

(b)     the vehicle, trailer, boat or other thing has not been moved within 2 hours of the time specified in the notice,

a further excess charge notice may be attached to the vehicle, boat, trailer or other thing so that a further excess charge become payable in respect of the vehicle, trailer boat or other thing.

(4)     A vehicle shall be taken to be unregistered for the purpose of paragraph (1)(e) if it does not have displayed on it anything required to be displayed on it to show that it is registered.

7        Offences

(1)     A person must not fail to comply with the terms of a notice displayed in accordance with Article 3.

(2)     A person must not fail to pay a prescribed excess charge in accordance with the terms of the relevant excess charge notice.

(3)     A person must not interfere with a ticket issuing machine with intent to defraud.

(4)     A person must not with intent to deceive –

(a)     make, copy, alter, deface or mutilate a disabled person’s badge, a pay card, a parking disc, a season ticket or a permit;

(b)     display on a vehicle in a parking place anything intended to appear to be a disabled person’s badge, a pay card, a parking disc, a season ticket or a permit; or

(c)     display on a vehicle in a parking place a disabled person’s badge, a pay card, a parking disc, a season ticket or a permit that has been altered, defaced or mutilated.

(5)     A person must not, except with the written permission of the controlling body of the parking place, do or cause or knowingly permit another person to do any of the following things –

(a)     attach advertising material to a parking place or a vehicle in a parking place;

(b)     display advertising material in a parking place;

(c)     carry on a trade or business in a parking place;

(d)     use a vehicle in connection with a trade or business while it is parked in a parking place; or

(e)     solicit or collect alms, contributions, donations or subscriptions in a parking place.

(6)     A person must not –

(a)     drive a vehicle in a parking place except with the intention of parking the vehicle or to remove it afterwards;

(b)     injure or deface a parking place or a notice in a parking place;

(c)     deposit refuse in a parking place except in a receptacle provided for the purpose;

(d)     discharge a firearm, throw a missile or light a fire or firework in a parking place;

(e)     wash a vehicle, trailer or boat in a parking place;

(f)      carryout work on a vehicle, trailer, boat or other thing in a parking place except, in the case of a vehicle or trailer, to any extent necessary to be able to remove it from the parking place;

(g)     sleep in a vehicle or trailer in a parking place or otherwise use a vehicle or trailer in a parking place for a residential or domestic purpose; or

(i)      place on a vehicle in a parking place, other than a motor cycle, a cover of the type normally used to protect the exterior of a vehicle from the weather during storage in the open air.[10]

(7)     A person, other than the driver of the vehicle, or a person acting with the driver’s permission, must not remove from a vehicle a disabled person’s badge, season ticket, pay card, parking disc or permit displayed on a vehicle.

(8)     A person must not consume alcohol in a parking place or be in possession of an open container containing alcohol unless the general consumption of alcohol in the parking place has for the time being been approved by the controlling body of the parking place.

(9)     The driver of a vehicle in a parking place must not fail to comply with any reasonable instructions given to the driver by a car park official –

(a)     as to how the vehicle should be parked; or

(b)     to remove the vehicle from the parking place.

(10)    A person who is in a parking place other than to park or collect a motor vehicle must not –

(a)     fail to leave the parking place if requested to do so by a police officer or a car park official; or

(b)     refuse or fail to give his or her name and address or give a false name and address if on reasonable grounds the person is requested to give his or her name and address by a police officer or a car park official.

(11)    A person who contravenes, or fails to comply with, a provision of this Article shall be liable to a fine not exceeding level 2 on the standard scale.

7A     Evidence[11]

(1)     A digital photograph taken by a car park official of a vehicle displaying a registration mark that is parked in a parking place shall be prima facie evidence that the vehicle assigned that registration mark was parked in that parking place.

(2)     The metadata associated with the digital photograph shall be prima facie evidence of the time and day the photograph was taken.

(3)     A printed copy of the records, held by or on behalf of the Minister, of valid remote payments made in respect of vehicles shall be prima facie evidence of whether a valid remote payment was made in respect of a vehicle.

8        Condition

A vehicle parked in a parking place or a thing permitted to be placed in a parking place by the controlling body of the parking place, is parked or placed in the parking place subject to the condition that no claim shall lie against the controlling body of the parking place or any car park official in respect of the loss of or damage to the vehicle or thing, or a fitting or the contents of the vehicle or thing.

9        Citation

This Order may be cited as the Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Jersey) Order 2006.

 


SCHEDULE 1[12]

(Article 1(1))

PARKING PLACES

Column 1

Column 2

Name, description or vicinity of parking place

Assigned letters and number of parking place

PART 1

Grouville

Beach Road Car Park

GR1

Gorey Common Car Park

GR2

Gorey Village, car park in Coast Road lay-by

GR3

La Parcage, car park in La Rue Hilgrove, Gorey Village

GR4

La Rocque Harbour Car Park

GR5

Ville ès Renauds Car Park

GR6

Seymour Tower Car Park

GR7

PART 2

St. Brelade

Beauport Car Park

STB1

Blanches Banques East Car Park

STB2

Blanches Banques West Car Park

STB3

Le Cimetière Car Park

STB3A

Corbière, car park near the lighthouse keepers’ cottages, both sides of track

STB4

La Carrière Car Park

STB5

Les Creux Car Park

STB5A

Elephant Car Park

STB5B

Landslide Car Park

STB6

La Pulente, car park adjacent to sand dunes

STB7

La Pulente, car park near top of the slip

STB8

Le Boulevard, St. Aubin Car Park

STB9

Le Braye Car Park

STB10

Les Mielles Car Park

STB11

Midbay Car Park

STB12

Noirmont Car Park

STB14

Ouaisné Car Park

STB15

Parish Hall, car park at front

STB16

Parish Hall, car park at rear

STB17A

Parish Hall, car park at far rear

STB17B

Parish Hall, car park from a point starting 17 yards east of the slipway to a further point 32 yards in an easterly direction

STB18

Pont Marquet Country Park Car Park

STB19

Portelet Hotel, part of car park leased to controlling body

STB20

Red Houses Car Park, lower level

STB21

Red Houses Car Park, upper level North

STB22

Red Houses Car Park, upper level South

STB22A

St. Brelade’s Church, car park at top of slip

STB23

Tam’s, St. Brelade’s Bay Car Park

STB24

Woodford Car Park

STB25

Pont Marquet East Car Park

STB26

La Rosière Car Park, Corbière

STB27

Airport Playing Fields Car Park

STB28

Les Quennevais Sports Centre and Playing Fields Car Park

STB29

PART 3

St. Helier

Ann Place Car Park

Ann Street Brewery Car Park

STHA1

STHA1A

Charles Street Car Park

STHA2

D’Auvergne School Car Park

STHA3

Elizabeth Lane Car Park

STH1

Esplanade Car Park – excluding the Shopper Zone

STH3

Esplanade Car Park – Shopper Zone only

STH3A

First Tower Car Park

STH5

Fort Regent Car Park, including access roads and south and east ditches within ramparts

STH6

Green Street Car Park

STH8

Inn on the Park Car Park

STH10

La Collette, car park on phase 1 reclamation land

STH11

La Plage Hotel, car park near hotel

STH12

La Route du Fort, Cleveland Road Car Park

STH13

Les Jardins Car Park

STH13A

Midvale Road Car Park

STH14

Minden Place Car Park

STH15

Nelson Street Car Park

STH16

Patriotic Street Car Park

STH19

People’s Park Car Park

STH20

Pier Road Car Park Shopper Zone, level 1

STH20A

Pier Road Car Park, levels 13, 14 and 15

STH21

Pier Road Car Park (excluding Shopper Zone, level 1 and levels 13, 14 and 15)

STH22

Snow Hill Car Park

STH24

South Hill, car park east of recreation area

STH25

Victoria Avenue, car park in lay-bys 1 – 4

STH26

Victoria Avenue, car park in lay-bys 5 and 6

STH26A

La Fregate Car Park

STH28

Springfield Stadium East Car Park

STH29

Springfield Stadium North Car Park

STH30

Springfield Stadium South Car Park

STH31

Val Plaisant Gyratory Car Park

STH32

PART 4

St. John

Route du Nord Car Park

SJ1

Sorel Car Park

SJ2

PART 5

St. Martin

Archirondel, car park adjacent to the café

STMN1

Bel Val Car Park

STMN2

Gorey Harbour Slip, adjacent car park

STMN3

Gorey Hill, car park on the north side

STMN4

Gorey promenade, car park adjacent to and east of public gardens

STMN5

Gorey Slip, car park adjacent to promenade north

STMN6

La Crête, car park adjacent to quarry

STMN7

La Rue de la Haye Car Park

STMN8

Pine Walk Car Park

STMN9

St. Catherine’s Bay, car park near Martello Tower

STMN10

St. Catherine’s Breakwater, car park at top of breakwater and adjacent to the sea walls

STMN11

Welcome Inn, car park north-east of slipway

STMN12

St. Martin’s Village Green Car Park

STMN13

PART 6

St. Ouen

Grève de Lecq, Martello Tower Car Park

STO1

Grève de Lecq, car park near the Old Harbour

STO2

Grosnez Car Park

STO3

Kemp Tower Car Park

STO4

La Pierre Butée Car Park

STO5

Les Laveurs Slipway Car Park

STO6

L’Etacq Car Park

STO7

Mont Huelin Quarry Car Park

STO8

Route du Marais and Route de Vinchelez junction Car Park

STO9

Parish Church Car Park

STO10

Parish Hall Car Park – rear only

STO11

Parish Hall Car Park – front only

STO12

PART 7

Trinity

Bouley Bay, car park near Water’s Edge Hotel

T1

Bechet ès Cats, La Rue des Platons Car Park

T2

Jardin d’Olivet, Parc de la Petite Falaise Car Park

T3

PART 8

St. Clement

Green Island Car Park

STC1

La Mare Common Car Park

STC2

Le Hocq Car Park

STC3

Old Grève d’Azette Station site car park

STC4

Le Hocq Slip, car park at top

STC 5

FB Playing Fields Car Park

STC6

PART 9

St. Lawrence

Bel Royal, Victoria House Car Park

STL1

La Perquage Car Park

STL2

Millbrook, Coronation Gardens Car Park

STL3

Moignard Liberation Garden Car Park

STL3A

Victoria Avenue, car park in lay-by 7

STL4

PART 10

St. Peter

Beaumont, Gunsite Car Park

STP1

Goose Green Car Park

STP2

Sands Disco Car Park

STP3

St. Peter’s Parish Hall Car Park

STP4

The unnamed road that runs between the Gunsite Slipway and La Route de la Haule Car Park

STP5

PART 11

St. Saviour

Bagatelle Car Park

STS1

Georgetown, La Route du Fort Car Park

STS2

Grainville Playing Field Car Park

STS3

Hautlieu School Car Park

STS4

Highlands College Upper Car Park

STS5

Highlands College Lower Car Park

STS6

Highlands College Access Road Car Park

STS7

Langford Sports Centre Car Park

STS8

Oakfield Sports Centre Car Park

STS9

Rue des Prés Trading Estate Car Park

STS10


SCHEDULE 2[13]

(Article 4)

Maximum Parking Periods

PART 1

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places is a continuous period of 7 days.

STB1

STB4

STB10

STB12

STB14

STB17B

STB22

STB24

STB25

STHA1A

STH1

STH3

STH5

STH8

STH10

STH11

STH12

STH13

STH13A

STH14

STH16

STH19

STH20

STH22

STH32

SJ1

SJ2

STMN2

STMN7

STMN10

STMN11

STO2

STO3

T1

T1

 

PART 2

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places is a total period of 3 hours in any continuous period of 24 hours.

GR3

STMN8

 

 

 

 

PART 3

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places is 3 hours during any one visit to the parking place.

STB19

STB26

STHA2

STH3A

STH15

STH20A

STH21

STH24

STH25

 

 

PART 4

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places is a total period of 12 hours in any continuous period of 24 hours.

GR2

GR5

GR6

GR7

STB2

STB3

STB5

STB5A

STB6

STB7

STB8

STB9

STB11

STB15

STB20

STB23

STB27

STHA3

STH26

STH26A

STMN1

STMN4

STMN9

STMN12

STMN13

STO1

STO4

STO5

ST07

ST08

STC1

STC2

STC3

STC4

STC5

STL1

STL2

STL4

STP2

STP3

STS4

STS5

STS6

STS7

STS10

T2

T3

 

 

 

 

PART 5

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places is 4 hours during any one visit to the parking place.

STL3

STP1

STP5

 

 

 

PART 6

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on any day except Sunday is a total period of 1 hour. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

GR1

GR4

STB21

STB22A

STO9

STS1

STS2

 

 

 

 

PART 7

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places between 8 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. on any day except Sunday is a total period of 2 hours. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

STB16

STB17A

STB18

 

 

 

PART 8

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places is 3 hours during any one visit to the parking place. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there to the extent that that period falls between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any day except Sunday.

STB5B

STP4

 

 

 

 

PART 9

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. on any day is a total period of 3 hours. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

STMN3

STMN5

STMN6

 

 

 

PART 9A

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on any day is a total period of 3 hours. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

STL3A

 

 

 

 

 

PART 10

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on any day is a total period of 3 hours. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

No parking places

 

 

 

 

PART 11

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places on any day is a total period of 3 hours. A valid parking disc and a disabled person’s badge must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

STH28

 

 

 

 

 

PART 12

The maximum parking period on Saturday in respect of the following parking places is 4 hours during any one visit. The maximum parking period from Sunday to Friday inclusive is a continuous period of 6 days.

STHA1

 

 

 

 

 

PART 13

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places is a total period of 3 hours in any continuous period of 24 hours. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

STB3A

STB3A

STH29

STH30

STH31

 

PART 14

The maximum parking period in respect of any of the following parking places on any day is a total period of 8 hours in any continuous period of 24 hours.

STO10

 

PART 15

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any day is 6 hours during any one visit. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there. A vehicle cannot be parked in the parking place less than one hour after the end of its last visit.

STO11

 

PART 16

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places on any day is one hour during any one visit. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there. A vehicle cannot be parked in the parking place less than one hour after the end of its last visit.

STO12

 

PART 17

The maximum parking period in respect of any of the following parking places on any day except Saturday and Sunday is a total period of 3 hours in any continuous period of 24 hours and on Saturday and Sunday is a total period of 8 hours in a continuous period of 24 hours. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

STB28

STB29

STC6

STH6

STS3

 

PART 18

The maximum parking period in respect of the following parking places between 5.00 p.m. and 8.00 a.m. on any day during school term time, and on any day that is not during school term time, is 3 hours in any continuous period of 24 hours. A valid parking disc must be displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there. A vehicle must not be parked there between 8.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. on any school day during term time unless a valid permit is displayed on the vehicle during the period when it is parked there.

STS8

STS9

 

 

 

 


SCHEDULE 3[14]

(Article 5(1))

Parking Charges

PART 1

The pay period in respect of each of the following parking places is the period between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any day except Sunday.

The prescribed charge payable in respect of a vehicle parked in the parking place during that pay period is 1 parking unit for each period of one hour or part of that period that a vehicle is parked in the parking place during the pay period.

STHA1

STHA1A

STHA2

STH1

STH3

STH3A

STH5

STH8

STH10

STH13

STH13A

STH14

STH15

STH16

STH17

STH19

STH20

STH20A

STH21

STH22

STH24

STH25

STB22

STS10

 

 

PART 2

The pay period in respect of each of the following parking places is the period between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any day except Sunday.

The prescribed charge payable in respect of a vehicle parked in the parking place during that pay period is 1 parking unit for each period of 2 hours or part of that period that a vehicle is parked in the parking place during the pay period.

STB9

STB17B

STH11

STH26

STP1

STP2

STP5

 

 

 

 

PART 3

The pay period in respect of each of the following parking places is the period between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any day except Sunday during the period 1st April to 30th September (inclusive).

The prescribed charge payable in respect of a vehicle parked in the parking place during that pay period is 1 parking unit for each period of 2 hours or part of that period that a vehicle is parked in the parking place during the pay period.

STB11

STB12

STB24

STB25

STH26A

STL1

STL2

STL4

 

 


SCHEDULE 4[15]

(Article 2(2))

Long Commercial Vehicle and Agricultural Tractor Parking Places

Commercial vehicles with an overall length of 15 feet or more and agricultural vehicles may be parked in the following parking places without the written permission of the controlling body of the parking place.

STB1

STB2

STB3

STB4

STB5

STB10

STB14

STB20

STHA1

STHA1A

STH13A

SJ1

STMN2

STMN5

STMN7

STM11

STO3

 

 

 

 

 

 


Endnotes

Table of Legislation History

Legislation

Year and No

Commencement

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Jersey) Order 2006

R&O.83/2006

1 September 2006

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places – Charges) (Jersey) Order 2008

R&O.11/2008

1 February 2008

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment) (Jersey) Order 2009

R&O.15/2009

20 February 2009

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Order 2009

R&O.54/2009

19 June 2009

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 3) (Jersey) Order 2009

R&O.123/2009

27 November 2009

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 4) (Jersey) Order 2010

R&O.75/2010

23 July 2010

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 5) (Jersey) Order 2010

R&O.114/2010

27 November 2010

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 6) (Jersey) Order 2011

R&O.2/2011

24 January 2011

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places – Miscellaneous Amendments) (Jersey) Order 2011

R&O.23/2011

4 March 2011

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 7) (Jersey) Order 2012

R&O.97/2012

1 October 2012

Road Traffic (Sand Street Car Park) (Jersey) Order 2012

R&O.119/2012

12 November 2012

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 8) (Jersey) Order 2013

R&O.11/2013

1 February 2013

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 9) (Jersey) Order 2013

R&O.126/2013

4 October 2013

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places – Miscellaneous Amendments No. 2) (Jersey) Order 2014

R&O.50/2014

23 May 2014

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places – Miscellaneous Amendments No. 3) (Jersey) Order 2014

R&O.181/2014

1 December 2014

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 10) (Jersey) Order 2015

R&O.44/2015

27 April 2015

States of Jersey (Transfer of Functions No. 8) (Miscellaneous Transfers) (Jersey) Regulations 2015

R&O.158/2015

1 January 2016

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 11) (Jersey) Order 2016

R&O.60/2016

13 June 2016

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 12) (Jersey) Order 2016

R&O.111/2016

31 October 2016

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Miscellaneous Amendments No.4) (Jersey) Order 2017

R&O.54/2017

29 May 2017

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Rue des Prés Trading Estate Car Park) (Jersey) Order 2017

R&O.55/2017

30 May 2017

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 13) (Jersey) Order 2018

R&O.39/2018

4 April 2018

Road Traffic (Public Parking Places) (Amendment No. 14) (Jersey) Order 2018

R&O.123/2018

30 November 2018

Table of Renumbered Provisions

Original

Current

9

Spent, omitted

10(1)

9

10(2)

Spent, omitted

Table of Endnote References



[1]                                    chapter 25.550

[2]                                    chapter 25.550.24

[3]                                    chapter 25.400.50

[4]                                    chapter 25.550

[5]                                    chapter 25.350

[6] Article 1(1)              amended by R&O.11/2008, R&O.114/2010, R&O.2/2011, R&O.50/2014, R&O.158/2015, R&O.60/2016, R&O.111/2016, R&O.54/2017

[7] Article 3                    amended by R&O.54/2017

[8] Article 5(1)              amended by R&O.111/2016, R&O.54/2017

[9] Article 5(1A)           added by R&O.111/2016, amended by R&O.54/2017

[10] Article 7(6)             amended by R&O.119/2012

[11] Article 7A                inserted by R&O.54/2017

[12] Schedule 1              substituted by R&O.2/2011, amended by R&O.23/2011, R&O.97/2012, R&O.119/2012, R&O.11/2013, R&O.50/2014, R&O.181/2014, R&O.44/2015, R&O.60/2016, R&O.111/2016, R&O.55/2017, R&O.39/2018, R&O.123/2018

[13] Schedule 2              amended by R&O.15/2009, R&O.54/2009, R&O.123/2009, R&O.75/2010, R&O.114/2010, R&O.2/2011, R&O.23/2011, R&O.97/2012 R&O.119/2012, R&O.11/2013, R&O.126/2013, R&O.50/2014, R&O.181/2014, R&O.44/2015, R&O.60/2016, R&O.111/2016, R&O.55/2017, R&O.39/2018, R&O.123/2018

[14] Schedule 3              amended by R&O.2/2011, R&O.23/2011, R&O.97/2012, R&O.119/2012, R&O.50/2014, R&O.181/2014, R&O.44/2015, R&O.111/2016, R&O.55/2017

[15] Schedule 4              amended by R&O.2/2011, R&O.23/2011, R&O.97/2012, R&O.50/2014


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