Man and Van - Parking - PCN'S

In order for us to park outside your home or office it is advisable for you to arrange any necessary permits or waivers for the suspension of parking bays. These can be arranged in advance by calling the Parking Division of the relevant borough councils, usually the day before your move.

You will need the licence number of the vehicle when you arrange the permit, which we will provide you with when your booking is made.

The Parking Division should then issue you with a reference number; pass this number, and the name of the person/s with whom you arranged the permit, on to your driver.

We realise that this seems a complicated process, but this information will help us appeal against any Penalty Charge Notices issued in error (yes, it does happen).

Unfortunately, if you do not arrange a parking waiver or permit in advance, and our driver incurs a PCN, we will have to pass this cost on to you.

The current minimum fine for a PCN is £65.00


Loading & Unloading

There are specific circumstances under which a vehicle may load or unload on a yellow line.
A vehicle may load or unload on a yellow line for an unlimited period before 11am and for a maximum of 20 minutes afterwards, except where white signs and yellow kerb markings indicate 'no loading'.

  • Loading must be continuous
  • The vehicle must not be left unattended
  • The vehicle must move on instruction from the police or a parking attendant
  • Red routes
  • For further information about parking dispensations, please call TFL on 0845 603 4545


Congestion Charge


You need to pay an £11.50 daily charge if you drive within the Congestion Charge zone 07:00-18:00,

Monday to Friday. (ULEZ) standards, you must also pay the ULEZ charge £12.50


Charging times

ULEZ Charge

The ULEZ operates from midnight to midnight, 7 days a week, every day of the year. The zone covers the same area as the Congestion Charge.


Charging times

  • Congestion Charge: No charge 18:00-07:00 on weekdays or on weekends, public holidays or any days between Christmas Day and New Year's Day
  • ULEZ and LEZ: Operate midnight to midnight, every day of the year