Changes to parking restrictions due to coronavirus and new parking charges

From Monday 1 June, parking restrictions will resume and motorists will need a permit to park during controlled parking times. Anyone found to be parked without a permit may receive a Penalty Charge Notice.

We have issued more than 4,000 temporary parking permits to key workers and we will continue to support frontline NHS and school staff, emergency services and council social workers to park for free using new paperless virtual permits.

Read full details of our parking changes.

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Change your details

If you have a paper permit, you must tell us about this by filing out the contact form. You do not need to return your permit

If you have a virtual (paperless) permit beginning THX, you can request to cancel your permit in your parking account. Once logged in, select the permit you wish to cancel by clicking on "view" and then "cancel permit".

You should not apply for a new permit until we let you know that your permit has been cancelled. Otherwise you may be incorrectly charged the second or third permit price.

Make changes to a virtual permit