Resident motorcycle parking permits
Who can apply for a resident permit
The address given on your application is your sole or main
residence where you live for a minimum of 4 nights a week and is
not a car free property.
If you do live in a car free property you can only apply if you
are a disabled blue badge holder and the vehicle is registered at
your address (you do not have to be the registered keeper), a
decantee or under the Permit Transfer Scheme.
Your vehicle must not exceed 2.3m (8’6”) in height or 5.2m
(16’8”) in length.
Proof of residency and proof of vehicle
You must provide proof of residency and proof of vehicle. Your
proofs must show your full legal name (initials or shortened name
are not accepted) and address.
Council tax reference number and UK Registration
Certificate. For other proofs accepted please refer to the
A resident motorcycle permit costs £16 for 12 months
Where you can park
Your permit is only valid in parking bays signed ‘Resident
Permit Holders Only’, ‘Permit Holders Only’, or ‘Permit Holders or
Pay at Machine’. Your permit is not valid in any other bay,
including pay and display bays signed with ‘Pay at Machine’
Your permit is also valid for up to three hours in the other
control zones. For more information please refer to the application
Change of address or vehicle
You must return your permit. For more information please refer
to the application form.
There are a number of solo motorcycle bays in the borough
available to any motorcyclist whether they have a permit or not.
map for their locations. Click on Motorcycle parking bays in
the legend, type in an address and click on 'find my nearest'.
Parking helpline: 020 7364 5003 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm;
Saturday, 8am to 4pm)
Fax number: 020 7364 6797