Parking price increases came into effect on 18 April 2019

From October 2019, there will be an additional charge for a diesel vehicle and this charge will be in addition to the cost of a permit, including any surcharge applied to the second and third permit in a residential household.

A full list of the changes can be found on the parking charges page.

Temporary resident on-street parking permit

Can I apply for a permit?

You can apply for a permit if your address in the borough is your sole or main residence where you live for a minimum of 4 nights a week.

If you live in a car free property you can only apply for a tradesperson to carry out any repairs or maintenance work and you must provide a written estimate or quote dated within 28 of your application.

How do I apply for a permit?

You need to fill out the temporary resident application form and terms and condition and provide proof of residency, such as your council tax bill.

How much does the permit cost?

A permit costs £10.00 a day.

Where can I park?

Your permit is only valid in parking bays signed:

  • Resident Permit Holders Only
  • Permit Holders Only or
  • Permit Holders or Pay at Machine

You can park all day in the zone that you live and up to three hours in another zone.

Where can I apply?

In person at a One Stop Shop or by Post.

Other related on-street resident products

Resident parking permit and visitors’ scratchcards.