Residents parking schemes are in operation in most of the residential areas in and around Middlesbrough town centre.
The schemes are designed to keep residential streets clear from commuter and shopper's vehicles, allowing residents to park near their homes and business owners to park near their premises. If you live in a street, operate a business, or own a property, within the residents parking scheme area, you'll be entitled to apply for a residents parking scheme permit. There are 4 types of residents parking scheme permits: resident, business, landlord, and visitor permits.
The residents parking scheme is divided into parking zones. There are currently twelve residents parking zones in Middlesbrough: Zones A, B, C, D, E, G, H, J, K, L, P, and U.
Streets within the residents parking scheme all have signs, and may also have markings on the road. The signs show which zone the street is in, and the zone's hours of operation. Any vehicle has the right to park for any length of time if it's outside of the zone's hours of operation.