Answer : in most cases is yes especially big removals or you are based in Central London
Answer : in Big Removals which is two bedrooms + , if the parking is not arranged for example our lorry parks over 15 meters with all the amount of heavy furniture and boxes walking with them and going back is very exhaustion work and time consuming
concerning in central london is difficult to find parking and in you find not permitted we will get PCN ( Penalty Charge Notice ) very quick.
Answer : It is better to arrange parking, but if is too late or you feel is not necessary we can park on single yellow line for 20 minutes or pay and display or parking when is not authorise and we keep watching our Removal Van
Answer : unfortunately the answer is YES because parking is YOUR responsibility
Answer : 99 % we get away with is because our movers are careful and they know how to deal with Traffic officers , most traffic warden they understand as we are in need to work and most small move we don't stay long.
Answer : in small move with no heavy furniture we will be cool about it and let it go . In case of big House Removals or small move with heavy stuff we change the quotation accordingly .
Answer : Yes if you use Full Service Removals or a Big Job
Answer : Contact you local borough they must have a parking department and be aware of that : each borough has got Days Notice in Advance
and check our list below of london boroughs how to arrange parking permit
Note : All information Bellow are NOT accurate 100% each Council might change there internal regulations Please check don't leave it to last minutes.
Barnet Council : 5 working days notice £60 per bay per day. www.barnet.gov.uk
Brent Council : 21 days notice £10 admin fee £40 per bay per day www.brent.gov.uk
Camden Council : 17 working days notice £59.50 up to four bays www.camden.gov.uk
City of London Council : 6 working days notice £130 for one bay £13 per bay thereafter www.cityoflondon.gov.uk
Ealing Council : 7 days notice £30 for the first bay for the first day. Then £30 per bay per day www.ealing.gov.uk
Hackney Council : 7 working days notice £130 admin fee for 1 day (to include up to 3 bays) then £14 per bay per day thereafter www.hackney.gov.uk
Hammersmith & Fulham : 8 days notice £40 per bay per day www.lbhf.gov.uk
Haringey Council : 2 weeks notice. £74.30 admin fee. £16 per bay per day www.haringey.gov.uk
Hillington Council : 3 working days notice. £15 per 5m space per day www.hillingdon.gov.uk
Houslow Council : 10 working days notice. £45 for one bay per day then £15 for each subsequent www.hounslow.gov.uk
Islington Council : 14 days notice. If we book: £180 for first day then £27.50 per bay per day thereafter. If a resident applies personally: £80 for first day then £25 for each subsequent www.islington.gov.uk
Kensington And Chelsea Council : 10 working days notice. £48 per bay per day www.rbkc.gov.uk
Lambeth Council : 10 working days notice. £60 admin fee. £40 per bay full day. £25 per bay half day www.lambeth.gov.uk
Southwark Council : 7 days notice. £50 admin fee. £25 per bay www.southwark.gov.uk
Tower Hamlet Council : 5 working days notice. A&C £75 for first bay then £25 per bay thereafter. B&D £65 for first bay then £15 per bay thereafter www.towerhamlets.gov.uk
Wandsworth Council : 5 working days notice. £26 per bay for 1 day. £21 for each subsequent www.wandsworth.gov.uk
Westminster Council : 10 days notice (they are very flexible). £38 per bay per day www.westiminster.gov.uk