Resident Parking permits are available to residents providing they live in an eligible property within a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ).
All Resident Parking permits are valid for one year and start on the first day of the specified month.
The permit does not guarantee that a parking space will be available. Furthermore they cannot be used if temporary parking restriction are in place, which includes parking suspended bays.
Permits entitle vehicles to park in residents parking bays within the specific CPZ which the permit was issued for.
Before you apply
Before you apply for a parking permit you should check whether your address is within a CPZ.
You will need to provide the following information to complete your application:
- Your Vehicle Registration (VRM)
- Your vehicle emissions
- Personal details including email address
You should receive your permit within 10 days, otherwise please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disabled Badge Holders
Residents who hold a Disabled Badge do not require a resident’s parking permit if the badge is clearly displayed in the vehicle. However, if the disabled badge is not clearly displayed in the vehicle a PCN could be issued. The decision whether to purchase a resident’s permit in addition to holding a disabled badge is left to the resident to decide.
Failure to comply with these conditions may result in the issue of a PCN.
Lost parking permits
If you have lost your parking permit you can email the team at email@example.com to request a new one.
Permit Restricted Properties
Some properties are not eligible for visitor parking permits. This is due to conditions that were applied to it when it was built. This applies to developments that are 'car free' or have good access to public transport. Despite this, some exceptions for Blue Badge holders may still apply.