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L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

Applying to park a vehicle on the beach

​About the beach parking permit​​

You must apply for a beach parking permit to park your vehicle on the beach. The permit is only valid when you are using your ve​hicle to transport a vessel to and from the beach.

​Applying for a beach parking permit is free. If you do not have a beach parking permit or breach the regulations, you will be fined up to £200.

For a full list of regulations, use the link below.​

Policing of Beaches (Jersey) Regulations 1959 on the Jersey Law website

​Apply for a beach parking permit

To apply for a beach parking permit, complete the online form using the link below.

Apply for a beach parking permit

Where you can p​ark

You can park your vehicle and trailer on two​ beaches in Jersey:

  • St Brelade's Bay: to the east of the slipway below St Brelade's Church to the white line on the sea wall
  • La Haule: to the east of the La Haule slipway to the white line on the sea wall and below La Haule Court flats

You can only park your vehicle and trailer on specified parts of the beach. You must display your parking permit at all times when your vehicle is parked on the beach.

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