You can now order your parking permits online. To order your parking permit please visit our online Parking Permit form.
Practical guides are available containing information on street naming and numbering:
Please click on the link below to submit a New Property or Street Naming and Numbering request and include the following information:
The Fee payable for Street Naming and Numbering applications are as follows
*plot being a dwelling, flat, or industrial, commercial or retail unit
Request to Name a Street or Property
Please note that the above charge will also be incurred for subsequent re-numbering of developments that have been re-planned.
The registration charge must be paid at the time of making your submission.
For further information on the naming of new streets and the numbering / naming of new properties, please contact the Building Control team:
To alter the name of a property ( residential or commercial ), please use our online form:
Online form to rename a property
Yes a valid planning permission is required to enable us to register any new postal address.
Liz Taylor, Spatial Information Officer is the contact for this to be processed and her contact email is firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fee payable for Street Naing and Numbering applications are as follows:
£130 charge payable for up to 10 units, Thereafter an additional £30 per unit*
*unit being a dwelling, flat, or industrial, commercial or retail unit.
We are reliant on external organisations in certain application processes but, we have estimated approximate timescales for new address applications.
Non-Domestic Properties - Royal Mail Guidance Below
Please contact us to advise of the amendments to an already addressed development site and submit the most updated plans and information. Dependent on the additional work involved to make the amendments a further fee may be payable, this can be confirmed upon review of the changes made.
The developer is responsible for the installation of street signage on new estates. Stratford-on-Avon District Council - Streetscene department are responsible for replacement signage on adopted highways.
The standard position of street signage is at the back of the footway both sides to the entrance of the road and on any spear on or off. Stratford-on-Avon District Council - Streetscene department also advise additional signage if the properties are not easy to find. This street nameplate specification document details the requirements for street signage.
Stratford-on-Avon District Council - Streetscene department are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of street signage on any adopted highway. For more information in relation to street signage please contact Angela Lloyd via email at email@example.com
Stratford-on-Avon District Council have no control over how often external organisations update their new mapping data that we provide to them. If there is an on-going issue with your address not being recognised/or accurately plotted on sat-navs or online mapping software, such as Google Maps, it is for the owner to report this to organisations directly. Please see the Incorrect Information or Routing Information on Sat-Navs document for further support on how to rectify potential issues with addresses provided.
An application should be made once planning permission has been granted and in relation to new developments, once the proposed site layout has been fixed.