Games Parking during the - London 2012 Olympics

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Games Parking during the - London 2012 Olympics

London Organising Committee of the

Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited

June 2012

Parking during the

Games

Important information about the new resident and business

parking protection area (RBPPA) in Greenwich


Are you affected?

Answer the questions in the diagram below to find out if you are affected

by the traffic and parking measures in the Games-time resident and business

parking protection area (RBPPA).

Are you a resident or a business in the Games-time RBPPA?*

You do not need to take

action because you do not

live in the affected area. Are you a resident or business in

an existing controlled

parking zone (CPZ) an area without existing parking controls

Do you have a valid parking permit?

No Yes

You can apply for a free 2012 Games parking

permit at www.2012gamesparkingpermits.com or

phone 0300 111 2012. See Section A for details.

If you don’t drive a vehicle, but are expecting

visitors or deliveries, please note that your existing

visitors’ parking vouchers are not valid during the

operational period. You must apply for visitors’

parking permits. See Section B for details.

No Yes

If you intend to park on-street during the Games,

you can apply for a free 2012 Games parking

permit at www.2012gamesparkingpermits.com or

phone 0300 111 2012. See Section A for details.

If you don’t own a vehicle, but are expecting

visitors or deliveries, you must apply for visitors’

parking permits. See Section B for details.

Your existing parking permit will be valid in your

area in the RBPPA and will cover the extended

hours of the traffic and parking measures.

Are you expecting visitors or deliveries?

No Yes

You do not

need to take

any action.

*Residents and businesses on Greenwich Peninsula are not eligible for 2012

Games resident, business or visitors’ parking vouchers.

Your existing visitors’

parking vouchers are not

valid during the operational

period. You must apply for

visitors’ parking permits.

See Section C for details.


Section A

How to register your vehicle

You will need to register your vehicle for a free parking permit if you live or

work in an event day zone or do not have a permit for an existing CPZ in

the resident and business parking protection area (RBPPA) and:

– you are a resident or business in the RBPPA; and

– own any type of vehicle that uses on-street parking (please note that

motorcycles and mopeds are exempt).

Once you register, you will be sent a free paper parking permit that will enable

you to park within a specific zone of the RBPPA during the Games

(see attached map for area).

1 Go to www.2012gamesparkingpermits.com or phone 0300 111 2012 and

check if your postcode falls within the RBPPA.

2 If it does, enter your vehicle registration number to check if your vehicle

has been pre-registered for a permit.

3 If your vehicle has been pre-registered, follow the on-screen instructions to

submit your request. This will action the distribution of your 2012 Games

parking permit. You will also automatically be sent two visitors’ parking

permits through the post, for your use. See Section C to find out how visitors’

parking permits work.

4 If your postcode does not fall into the RBPPA, you do not need to take

any further action as you will not be affected by the changes.

My vehicle has not been pre-registered

I am a resident

If your postcode falls within the RBPPA, but the online registration process

shows that your vehicle has not been pre-registered, you will be guided to the

section on the website that allows you to register it. To do this, you need to

show that:

– you are responsible for the vehicle; and

– you are a resident of the borough.

You can find information on how to prove vehicle ownership or residency

in Section D.


Section A (continued)

I am a business

If your postcode falls within the RBPPA, but the online registration process

shows that your business vehicle has not been pre-registered, you will be

guided to the section that allows you to register it. To do this, you will need

to show that:

the vehicle is essential to the day to day running of the business; and

– your business address is within the RBPPA.

You can find more information on how to prove vehicle ownership and your

company’s details in Section D.

Please note: if you have no web access or have difficulties using an automated

phone service, please call 0300 777 2012.

If you do not own a vehicle but are expecting visitors, you will be able to obtain

free visitors’ parking permits. Go to Section B for information on how

to do this.

Section B

Registering for visitors’ parking permits if you

do not own a vehicle

1 Go to www.2012gamesparkingpermits.com or phone 0300 111 2012 and

check if your postcode falls into the RBPPA.

2 If it does, follow the on-screen instructions to submit your request.

3 If your postcode does not fall into the RBPPA, you do not need to take any

further action as your visitors will not require a permit to park in your area.

You can find information on how visitors’ permits operate in Section C.

Please note: if you have no web access or have difficulties using an automated

phone service, please call 0300 777 2012.


Section C

Visitors’ parking permits

Each household is allowed two free visitors’ parking permits. Visitors’ parking

permits are reusable and will enable your visitors to park anywhere within your

zone in the RBPPA during the Games for a period of 24-hours.

Please note: your existing visitors’ parking vouchers will not be valid between

27 July and 9 September and cannot be used.

In order to obtain visitors’ parking permits, you will need to either:

– register your vehicle (following process in Section A); or

– register your residence or business and set up an account (following the

process in Section B).

If you register your vehicle, your visitors’ parking permits will be automatically

sent to you along with your vehicle permit.

If you register your residence, your visitors’ parking permits will be sent to you

after you have completed your registration.

How to use your visitor permits

Simply give your visitor the permit to display in their window on their arrival

and retrieve it on their departure. The permits can be reused throughout the

Games.

Please note: the provision of a visitors’ parking permit is not a guarantee of

parking availability.


Section D

Showing proof of residency and vehicle

ownership

If you go to register and your details are not found on the system, you might

need to show proof of residency. This will be a photocopy of one of the

following documents, showing your name and address:

– a public utility bill (for gas, electricity, water or a land line phone) issued

within the last three months;

– a rent statement issued by the Royal Borough of Greenwich or housing trust

(for the current financial year);

– a council tax statement (for last three months);

– a letter from your bank issued within the last three months;

– a tenancy agreement; or

– a benefit or pension book.

Please note: mobile phone bills will not be accepted as proof of residency.

If you have recently moved into the area, you will need:

– a legally drawn letter from the landlord or estate agent valid for the full life

of the permit; or

– a solicitors letter confirming completion.

Please note: hand written documents will not be accepted.

All documents required as evidence can be scanned in and uploaded online

at www.2012gamesparkingpermits.com. Alternatively, you can send us these

documents through the post. The address details will be provided through our

website or call centre when you get in touch to register.

Showing proof of vehicle ownership or usage

If you are a resident

To prove your vehicle ownership or usage, you will need to provide a

photocopy of one of the following documents:

the vehicle registration document (V5C); or

the vehicle’s insurance certificate.


To prove vehicle ownership or usage of a newly purchased vehicle, you

will need to provide a photocopy of one of the following documents:

– a new keepers supplement (V5C/2) showing your name and address; or

the vehicle’s insurance certificate.

If you are a business

To prove your business vehicle ownership and registration, you will need

to provide the following details:

– your company contact details including address, telephone number

and email; and

– vehicle registration number of up to 10 company vehicles.

If your vehicle registration numbers are not found on the system, you will also

need to send in a letter on company headed notepaper stating them.

Businesses can only register for permits online at

www.2012gamesparkingpermits.com


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Questions and answers

About the permits

When is the deadline for registering

for a 2012 Games parking permit?

You should register for a 2012

Games parking permit by 14 July

to make sure you get your permit

approved before the new resident

and business parking protection area

(RBPPA) is put in place.

When will I receive my permit?

You should receive your permits within

five working days of registering.

What will happen if I want to park on

a street within the RBPPA and don’t

have a 2012 Games parking permit?

Any vehicle that is parked in

contravention of the new temporary

restrictions will be issued with a

penalty charge notice or could be

removed.

Can I use my existing CPZ permit to

park within the RBPPA?

Yes, you can, but only within the

controlled parking zone that your

permit is valid for and not in other

parts of the RBPPA. Also note that all

existing CPZ parking permits will be

valid for the extended hours and extra

days that controls are in force.

I live on Greenwich Peninsula.

Am I eligible for a permit?

Properties on Greenwich Peninsula

that are currently not eligible for

parking permits will not be entitled

to 2012 Games parking permits or

visitors’ parking permits.

Qualifying for permits

I have a company vehicle. Can I

have a 2012 Games permit?

Yes, you can. However, you will

not need one if you already have

an existing permit for a CPZ which

falls within the RBPPA. If you do not

have an existing permit, you will

need to register your details online

and provide us with a letter from

your employer, on company headed

paper, and a photocopy of the V5C

by post or online when you register.

I have a hired/courtesy vehicle.

Can I have a permit?

Yes. You will need to register your

details online and provide a copy

of the hiring or leasing agreement

showing your name and address by

post or online when you register.


I have a Blue Badge. Will I need

a parking permit?

No, as long as you abide within

the rules of the national Blue Badge

scheme during the Games.

My family and I own several cars. Will

we be able to get multiple permits?

Yes. As long as you can prove that you

are responsible for the vehicles, you

can arrange for multiple permits.

Special circumstances

I am organising a function and many

of my guests are arriving by car. How

can I get more permits?

If your visitors’ parking permit

allocation is not enough, please

contact the Royal Borough of

Greenwich on 020 8921 2012 from

11 June. However, we advise you to

encourage your guests to travel by

public transport whenever possible

during this time.

I rely on regular visits from family and

carers for my health. What should I do?

Private carers will be able to use your

visitors’ permits when visiting you.

Other healthcare professionals will be

registered on an exemption list so as to

ensure that they are able to park in the

RBPPA. If you need additional visitor

parking permits to cover visits from

informal carers, please contact the

Royal Borough of Greenwich on

020 8921 2012 from 11 June to

discuss your needs.

Can I still receive deliveries during

the Games?

Yes. There will be no change for

loading or unloading delivery vehicles

on restricted roads. However, there

will be no stopping allowed on

any roads which fall into the

Olympic Route Network. Go to

www.getaheadofthegames.com

to find out more about the ORN and

if this affects your business.

Working in the area

I am having building work done and

the workers need to park in the street.

Is this OK?

If the work is for a short time, please use

your visitors’ parking permits. However,

if it is a long-term building project

please contact the Royal Borough of

Greenwich on 020 8921 2012 from

11 June to discuss your needs.

I work in the event zone. Can I have

a permit?

Business permits are only available

for the essential running of a business.

Speak to your employer about whether

this applies to you and your role in

the company.


New to the area

I have just moved into the area.

What do I need to do?

If you have not registered your vehicle

to your new address, you will need

to register online and provide proof

of residency and a copy of your V5

return slip by post or online when you

register.

Parking enforcements

What should I do if I receive a

parking fine during the Games?

Penalty charge notices (PCN),

commonly known as parking fines,

will be issued for all vehicles which

do not adhere to the parking

restrictions. If you receive a PCN,

please don’t ignore it. You have the

option to either pay it or appeal it. To

pay or appeal your PCN, follow the

instructions on the back of your ticket.

Need help?

I do not have access to the internet

and need some help to register for

my permit. Who should I speak to?

If you are having trouble using

either the website or the automated

telephone number then please call

0300 777 2012.


At a glance

Before the Games you will need to visit www.2012gamesparkingpermits.com to:

– check whether you have already been pre-registered for a 2012 Games

parking permit or to check whether you need one; and

– register for visitors’ parking permits.

If you do not have access to the internet you can also do this by calling

0300 111 2012*

If you are having any technical difficulties using the website, please call

the technical support helpline on 0300 999 2012*.

If you have any special permit requirements (for example for carers) please

contact us on 0300 777 2012* to discuss your needs.

For easy reference, note your details here:

My details

My permit reference number is:

Plan your journey

The Olympic and Paralympic Games will result in roads and public transport

being much busier than usual. To find out more about how roads and

public transport will be affected and how to get around more easily visit

GetAheadoftheGames.com or you can follow us on Twitter@GAOTG.

*All calls to this number are charged at standard local call rates. This number is also counted as

‘inclusive minutes’ on mobile phone packages.


NEWLAND STREET

PARKER STREET

FORT STREET

NORTH WOOLWICH ROAD

MILL ROAD

London Borough of Greenwich temporary residents and business parking protection area — East (June 2012)

WOODMAN STREET

RYMILL STREET

FISHGUARD WAY

ALBERT ROAD

PIER ROAD

NEWHAM

Woolwich

Arsenal Pier

WHINCHAT ROAD

EREBUS DRIVE

GOLDFINCH ROAD

PIER WAY

WOOLWICH FREE FERRY

R i v e r T h a m e s

OC

CADOGAN ROAD

NO.1 STREET

HARLINGER ST

HARRINGTON WAY

WOOLWICH CHURCH ST

BOWATER ROAD

RUSTON RD

CORNWALLIS RD

RIVERSIDE

POWIS STREET

WESTFIELD STREET

ST. MARY STREET

LORD WARWICK ST

WESTMOOR STREET

KINGSMAN ST

EASTMOOR STREET

OD

PETT STREET

PLUMSTEAD RD

A 206

A 206

CALDERWOOD ST

WALMER TERRACE

MAXEY RD

BELSON RD

PROSPECT VALE

SPRAY ST

WD

PENHALL RD

PL

Woolwich Arsenal

JOHN WILSON ST

GLYNDON ROAD

RECTORY PL

FRANCES STREET

MARYON ROAD

WOODROW

GRIFFIN ROAD

CRESCENT ROAD

WA

GRAND DEPOT RD

WOODHILL

MARYON GROVE

CHARLTON LANE

BROOKHILL ROAD

ANCONA ROAD

BURRAGE ROAD

REPOSITORY ROAD

HEATHWOOD GARDENS

POUND PARK RD

GALLIONS RD

COXWELL ROAD

HARVEY GARDENS

RAGLAN ROAD

DURHAM RISE

SANDY HILL RD

KINVEACHY GARDENS

DELAFIELD ROAD

BLOOMFIELD ROAD

GREEN HILL

THORNTREE ROAD

HEAVITREE RD

ELMDENE RD

GRAND DEPOT RD

HILLREACH

HAWKINS TERRACE

Charlton

C

SUNDORNE RD

INVERINE RD

BLENDON TE

PARK DRIVE

ST. ALFEGE ROAD

CHARLTON CHURCH LANE

VICTORIA WAY

PLUMSTEAD COMMON ROAD

KIRK LANE

MACOMA ROAD

VERNHAM ROAD

WROTTESLEY ROAD

Royal

Ar tiller y

Barracks

OB

ELLISCOMBE ROAD

EGLINTON ROAD

CHARLTON PARK LANE

GREENWICH

CHARLTON PARK RDNIGHTINGALE PLACE

KEMPT ST

TUAM ROAD

ERINDALE

EGLINTON HILL

CHARLTON RD

CANBERRA ROAD

WYNDCLIFF RD

OLVEN RD

NITHDALE ROAD

HERBERT ROAD

CHARLTON PARK LANE

MONTCALM ROAD

GARLAND ROAD

WREKIN ROAD

DALLIN ROAD

CANTWELL ROAD

WHITWORTH RD

HORNFAIR ROAD

INDUS ROAD

SUTLEJ ROAD

OC

LLANOVER RD

STADIUM ROAD

PRINCE HENRY ROAD

GREENBAY ROAD

SHIRLEY HOUSE DR

PLUM LANE

BRENT ROAD

CHARLTON DENE

DOTHILL RD

RED LION LANE

ACADEMY ROAD

AN ST

A 207

STANE WAY

VOCE ROAD

SHOOTERS HILL ROAD

EAGLESFIELD RD

MOORDOWN

DONALDSON ROAD

A 205

BAKER RD

TELLSON AVENUE

FARJEON RD

MERRIMAN ROAD

HARRADEN RD

BEGBIE RD

EASTBROOK ROAD

2

FOXCROFT RD

CORELLI ROAD

WRICKLEMARSH ROAD

OA

HILL END

GILBERT CLOSE

HOLBURNE ROAD

WHETSTONE RD

A 207

DURSLEY ROAD

MAYDAY GARDENS

OOK LANE

SHOOTERS HILL ROAD

STONEY ALLEY

HEATHERBANK

DUNBLANE RD

BROAD WALK

ROCHESTER WAY RELIEF ROAD

Greenwich existing controlled parking zone

CROOKSTON ROAD

GRANBY ROAD

ARSENAL ROAD

LANGBROOK ROAD

WOOLACOMBE ROAD

EASTCOTE RD

ROCHESTER WAY

Lewisham existing controlled parking zone

ROSS WAY

BOURNBROOK ROAD

Temporary event parking zone

ROCHESTER WAY

DAIRSIE ROAD

A205 WELL HALL ROAD

A 205

Existing controlled parking zone (CPZ) times

WELLING WAY

BERRYHILL

DUMBRECK ROAD

ELIBANK ROAD

WESTMOUNT ROAD

GRANGEHILL ROAD

APPLETON ROAD

BIRDBROOK RD

WHINYATES ROAD

No change for games time required

CPZ name Existing Operation days/times Games Time days/times

Existing controlled parking zone name

MOIRA ROAD

COBBETT RD

Temporary event zone name

BRISET ROAD

PURNEYS ROAD

London 2012 venue

WINCROFTS DRIVE

ROCHESTER WAY RELIEF ROAD

Deptford Green (DG) Mon - Fri 12:00 - 14:00

Greenwich Town Centre (GR) Mon - Sat 09:00 - 17:00

Sun 09:00 - 18:00

East Greenwich (EG) Mon - Sun 09:00 - 18:30

Westcombe (W) Mon - Sat 09:00 - 18:30

Elverson (EV) Mon - Fri 12:00 - 14:00 Mon - Sun 08:30 - 19:00

EARLSHALL ROAD

GREENVALE ROAD

Olympic Route Network

EDGEWORTH ROAD

A 2

Borough boundary

DUNVEGAN ROAD

PINNELL RD

MEADOWSIDE

Recommended stations/pier for spectators

to use for the venue

GLENLEA ROAD

GRAVEL PIT LANE

GLENSHIEL ROAD

Blackheath (Kidbrooke Gardens) (BK) Mon - Fri 11:00 - 12:00

Blackheath (Lee Road) (BL) Mon - Sat 09:00 - 17:00

Charlton (C) Mon - Sat 09:00 - 18:30

Woolwich Dockyard (WD) Mon - Fri 09:00 - 17:00

Woolwich Arsenal (WA) Mon - Sat 08:30 - 18:30

Plumstead Station (PL) Mon - Fri 09:30 - 11:00

KNOCKHOLT RD

RIEFIELD ROAD

GLENESK ROAD

ARCHERY ROAD

FROISSART ROAD

ELTHAM GREEN RD

CROWN WOODS WAY

Proposed parking restrictions on event days

metres

GREENHOLM RD

GOUROCK ROAD

LASSA RD

ELDERSLIE RD

Proposed event zones Games Time days/times

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BEXLEY ROAD

OA, OB, OC, OD, OE Mon - Sun 08:30 - 19:00

PRINCE JOHN RD

ELTHAM HIGH STREET

CRATHIE ROAD

RESTONS CRESCENT


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NEWPORT AVE

WESTERN GATEWAY

POPLAR HIGH STREET

London Borough of Greenwich temporary residents and business parking protection area — West (June 2012)

DOCK ROAD

BLACKWALL WAY

A 1261

EVELYN ROAD

A 102

TRAFALGAR WAY

THE NORTH COLONNADE

North Greenwich

Pier

North

Greenwich

Arena

THE SOUTH COLONNADE

HERON QUAYS

BARRIER POINT ROAD

NEWHAM

MARSH WALL

BYNG STREET

North Greenwich

EAST PARKSIDE

JOHN HARRISON WAY

WEST PARKSIDE

MILLENNIUM WAY

STEWART STREET

EAST FERRY ROAD

LIMEHARBOUR

MILLHARBOUR

CASSILIS ROAD

ALPHA GROVE

TILLER ROAD

GLENGALL GROVE

WESTFERRY ROAD

WESTMOO

RIVERSIDE

A 2203

LOMBARD WALL

PEARTREE WAY

SOUTHERN WAY

BLACKWALL TUNNEL APPROACH

EAST FERRY ROAD

TOWER

HAMLETS

PENHALL ROA

OD

SPINDRIFT AVENUE

BUGSBY’S WAY

AZOF STREET

WOOLWICH RD

STEBONDALE STREET

A 206

FINGAL ST

ARMITAGE RD

Charlton

CHARLTON CHURCH LANE

WOOLWICH RD

PELTON ROAD

FERRY STREET

CALVERT RD

EG

C

TRAFALGAR RD

LASSELL STREET

Greenwich

Pier

HUMBER ROAD

A 206

VICTORIA WAY

VANBRUGH HILL

WYNDCLIFF ROAD

DG W

WESTCOMBE HILL

MYCENAE ROAD

FOYLE ROAD

STOWAGE

DEPTFORD GREEN

EASTCOMBE AVE

HARDY ROAD

BARDSLEY LANE

CHARLTON RD

Greenwich

Station

OE

INDUS ROAD

SUTLEJ ROAD

MARLBOROUGH LANE

LIZBAN STREET

OB

VANBRUGH PARK

CREEKSIDE

DEPTFORD HIGH STREET

STRATHEDEN RD

Greenwich

Park

ASHBURNHAM PL

WATSON'S STREET

SHOOTER

A 207

A 2

EASTBROOK ROAD

CHARLTON WAY

POINT HILL

GrB

GREENWICH HIGH RD

DEVONSHIRE DR

BEGBIE ROAD

A 2

BLACKHEATH ROAD

A 2

A 2

KIDBROOKE GROVE

SOUTH ROW

FRIENDLY STREET

DURSLEY ROAD

PRINCE CHARLES ROAD

BLACKHEATH HILL

OE

OA

BK

TALBOT RD

GOFFERS ROAD

EV

HARE & BILLET ROAD

MORDEN HILL

ALBYN ST

BROOK LANE

ST. JOHNS VALE

BROAD

MORDEN ROAD

PARAGON PLACE

MOUNTS POND ROAD

ELIOT PLACE

BLACKHEATH RISE

BROOKMILL RD

ELIOT VALE

Blackheath

Station

LEWISHAM HILL

A 20

THE LANE

POND ROAD

LAWN TERRACE

GRANVILLE PARK

ROCHESTER W

BOYNE ROAD

BREAKSPEARS ROAD

BILLBROOK RD

THE HALL

ST. JOSEPH'S VALE

LOAMPIT VALE

LEE TERRACE

GREENWICH

BROOKLANDS PARK

PARKGATE

LEE PARK

ALGERNON ROAD

TYRWHITT ROAD

TRESSILLIAN ROAD

FOXES DALE

QUENTIN RD

DACRE PARK

BELMONT HILL

MARISCHAL ROAD

PURN

A 2

BELMONT PARK

SHELL ROAD

PINTO WAY

AVE

ROCHES

TUDWAY ROAD

MANOR WAY

WEIGALL ROAD

BRANDRAM ROAD

A 20

EDGEWORTH

CLARENDON RISE

MONTAGUE

ELTHAM GREEN ROAD

A2213 KIDBRO O K PA R K

BL

MURILLO RD

LYME FARM ROAD

LEE ROAD

LEE HIGH ROAD

MANOR PARK

EASTDOWN PARK

MORLEY ROAD

VICARS HILL

SUNNYDALE RD

OA

LADYWELL ROAD

LEWISHAM

ELTHAM ROAD

CRATHIE RD

HORN PARK LANE

CAMBRIDGE DRIVE

LEYLAND ROAD

EFFINGHAM ROAD

metres

CAMPSHILL ROAD

A 20

MANOR LANE

HITHER GREEN LANE

MALYONS ROAD

HANDEN ROAD

LONGHURST ROAD

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LEWISHAM PARK

PLEASANT ROAD

MOUNT

GEORGE LANE

FELDAY RD

ELTHAM PALACE ROAD

WESTHORNE AVE

DAVENPORT ROAD

WOODYATES ROAD

BURNT ASH HILL

SPR

D

LA

MANWOOD ROA

MEDUSA RD

205

EWISHAM HIGH STREET


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