Important change from 1 September 2020 - Resident Parking Permit Terms and Conditions

A resident parking permit will only be valid all day in the mini zone that you live.

Your permit will also be valid in any other mini zone for a maximum of three continuous hours from the time you first park.

For example, if you live in A1; your permit will be valid for a maximum of three continuous hours in any other A, B, C or D mini zones from the time you first park.

Changes to parking restrictions due to coronavirus and new parking changes.

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Other parking permits

You can now apply and pay for all parking permits online through our new parking permit system. 

To apply for any permit, you must first set up an account. As part of registration process, you need to indicate what type of permit you are applying for: resident, business or public service.

Register for an account

 

 

If you already have an account, you can log in here.

You will need to upload documents as part of the application process. If you are not sure how to scan and upload your documents, read our tips on uploading.

Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed by the end of the next working day. No payment will be taken until we have approved your application. If your application is rejected, no payment will be taken.

Available permits

Vehicle off the road

If you would like tell us your vehicle is off the road then you can go to our parking contact form and upload a document from a garage to confirm that your vehicle is off the road and for how long. 

We will aim to get back to you within three working days. During this time, you will need to make other parking arrangements, such as visitor vouchers or daily temporary permits

What are paperless permits?

Our new parking permits are ‘virtual’, paperless permits. This means that you will not receive a physical permit to put in your car. Instead, parking officers will be able to check on the system if a car has a valid permit.