Residents Parking Permits
Residents Parking Schemes are in operation within specific streets in the following towns:
This scheme was developed in response to seasonal parking demand when Burntisland was a busy summer holiday destination. The seasonal parking charges in the Links car park have been removed so residents can now park there without the need for a permit.
This scheme was developed to allow residents the opportunity to park in the town’s Bonnygate car park following the introduction of parking restrictions in residential streets to mitigate town centre parking demand.
This scheme was developed in response to growing parking demand within the town centre which necessitated the need for parking restrictions to improve traffic flow and pedestrian safety. Residents can park in designated town centre car parks. The only on-street parking is Monastery Street.
This scheme was developed in response to growing commuter demand at Inverkeithing railway station which necessitated the introduction of parking restrictions in the neighbouring residential streets.
This scheme was developed to help alleviate parking demand in the streets surrounding the town centre, college and railway station.
This scheme was developed to allow residents the opportunity to park following the introduction of parking restrictions to deal with growing parking demand associated with tourism, university and town centre.
Details of qualifying streets and permitted parking places can be found on Schedule 17 Fife Councils Consolidated Traffic Orders (2013), which is available within the publications section on this page.
To apply for a Residents Parking Permit, please complete the application form which can be found within the publications section on this page. Guidance for applying is on the reverse of the form. This also details the proofs required as part of your application. Completed application forms and relevant documents should be returned to the address as detailed on the form.
The charges and expiry dates for residents parking permits are:
St Andrews and Dunfermline - £100 (1 year expiry)
Cupar - £50 (1 year expiry)
Burntisland, Cairneyhill, Cowdenbeath, Kirkcaldy, Kincardine and Inverkeithing – currently no charge (2 year expiry)
Markinch - currently no charge (expires 13 May 2018)
Dunfermline (Pedestrian zone for loading and unloading only) - currently no charge
If you have any queries please use the contact details provided below.