This website is for all residents of D'Eynsford TMO. It should help you by giving you information about the housing and community services provided on your estate.

Parking Permits & Garages.

HOW TO APPLY FOR A PARKING PERMIT |  Estate parking is controlled by the Housing and Community Services department (the landlord). Estate parking enforcement is a private land scheme and operates separately from on street parking. To contact us about estate parking you can telephone 020 7525 3587 or email To obtain parking permit, you need to contact Southwark Council.

On street permits cannot be used on estates and estate permits are not valid on street. You can find out more about parking in Southwark on their website, including a guide to parking and permit costs as well as information on parking enforcement and fines.
You may only park a vehicle in a designated area and this must be in line with any parking scheme in place. The council has the right to take action, including moving vehicles and issuing
penalties and charges, in accordance with these schemes. A vehicle is defined by us as a mechanically propelled motor vehicle intended or adapted for use on roads.

To avoid the council taking enforcement action against you, including moving your vehicle, please follow the following rules:

• Park only in a designated parking area or your garage
• Have a valid current tax disc
• Ensure your vehicle has a valid MOT certificate and is roadworthy
• Ensure your vehicle is not more than:
– 2 metres (six foot and six inches) high
– 1.83 metres (six foot) wide
– 4.8 metres (16 foot) long
– 7.5 tonnes in weight.
• Your vehicle must not have any serious damage unless you have told us about it and we agree it is not dangerous
• You must not park anywhere that stops other residents from accessing their homes or using their parking space or other facilities, including garages and bin areas
• You must not park anywhere that prevents police cars, fire engines, ambulances and any other emergency vehicles from getting to an emergency.

Estate parking schemes normally run from 7am to 7pm, seven days a week, with an emergency enforcement service during public holidays. This may vary if your local tenants’ and residents’ association has decided on other arrangements. The enforcement service deal with vehicles that cause health and safety risks, such as blocking access for emergency vehicles and may operate 24 hours a day in extreme circumstances.

HOW TO APPLY FOR A GARAGE | There are garages and parking spaces for rent in a number of estates and areas of Southwark. If you would like to rent a garage or parking space, please visit a designated customer contact point, go online to or email Where you rent a garage from the council  you must keep to the terms of your garage agreement.

To apply for one, you will need to contact Southwark Council directly.