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PERTH property owners who have not licensed their non-residential parking space will face fines of up to $5,000 in a crackdown under the new Perth Parking Management Act.

Under the legislation, owners of property within the City of Perth, excluding Crawley, are required to licence any non-residential parking on their property.

In many cases they may also be required to pay a licence fee to the WA Government.

Transport WA executive director, Metropolitan Reece Waldock said property owners in the City of Perth were notified late last year of the new parking legislation and the majority had lodged applications and received licences where applicable.

Owners with five or fewer bays will receive free licences. Special use parking spaces such as loading bays and disabled reserved parking are also fee exempt.

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