Last updated:
18 March 2015

Apply for an on-street parking permit

Find out how to apply for an on-street parking permit.

1 How to apply for a permit

You need to contact your local district or borough council parking office to apply for:

  • an on-street parking permit
  • a dispensation notice
  • a parking bay suspension

This is because they administer each residents' parking scheme (RPS) on behalf of the County Council.

Further information and contact details

2 Types of permits

Permits, notices and suspensions include:

  • residents' permits
  • residents' visitors' permits
  • non-residents' permits
  • healthcare permits
  • residents' carer permits
  • traders' permits
  • charity permits
  • dispensation notices
  • lost, damaged or stolen permits
  • parking bay suspensions (minimum 24-hour notice required)
  • parking for weddings and funerals.

Additional information

3 On-street parking permit charges

The current charges for on-street parking permits can be found in the document below. Please note that charges may be periodically reviewed.

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