Daily visitor vouchers terms and conditions

You can buy daily visitor vouchers if you live or run a business within one of Medway’s parking permit areas (controlled parking zone).

Daily visitor vouchers cost £2.10 each. 

You can buy a maximum of:

  • 50 daily visitor vouchers per month per property
  • 15 R1 vouchers per month.

Find out how to buy daily visitor vouchers.

Proof of address

To apply for daily visitor vouchers, you need to provide proof that you live within a controlled parking zone.

We'll accept a document that has your name and address on it and is dated within the last 3 months. For example:

  • utility bill
  • bank statement
  • GP letter
  • tenancy agreement (from an agency only).

If you're a resident, the document must be in your name. If you're a business, the document must display the business name.

If you provide false information

If it's proved that you have given false information, you may be prosecuted and could face a fine of up to £2,500.

If it's proved that you have faked a parking permit, you could face a maximum fine of £5,000 in a magistrates court or an unlimited fine and 2 years imprisonment in the Crown Court.

Getting your vouchers

You can choose to collect your vouchers from a community hub or have them posted to you. 

Collect from a community hub

You can collect your vouchers from a community hub during opening times, Monday to Saturday.

You cannot collect R1 vouchers from community hubs.

Please check the opening times of the hub you're collecting vouchers from.

By post

We can also send vouchers by first class post.

If you buy 11 vouchers or more, these will be sent by recorded delivery. You'll need to make sure there is someone home to sign for any vouchers sent by recorded delivery. 

We will not take responsibility, reissue or refund any daily visitor vouchers that have not been received.

Using your vouchers

You are not guaranteed a parking space.

You can only use a daily visitor voucher once.

You must complete your voucher in ink. Details on this is on the reverse of the voucher. If you do not do this, you could be issued a penalty charge notice.

You must display the daily visitor voucher clearly. If you do not do this, you could be issued a penalty charge notice.