If you need to renew your parking permit, we must receive your request at least ten days before your permit expires as it can take up to this time to process a renewal.
We may send you a reminder by post or email, however we cannot guarantee this and it is your responsibility to remember to renew.
For housebound residents looking to renew a resident permit, we need to verify that you are still eligible so you cannot renew online.
Diesel surcharge for business and resident permits
The surcharge is £150 from 1st April 2019 to 31st March 2020.
If you buy your permit for less than 12 months, you will be charged a pro rata payment.
If you are a resident using a 100% electrically powered vehicle you will be charged £40 less for your annual fee.
We will send you a reminder letter three or four weeks before your permit is due to expire.
Please read your reminder letter carefully to check if you can renew or if you need apply for a new permit. You will need your PIN (on your renewal letter or the letter that came with your original permit). If you do not have your PIN please phone us using the details below.
- If you need to make any changes (for example if you have a new vehicle or need to change the duration of your permit) please contact us using the details at the bottom of this page.
- Altenatively if you need to renew, renew your permit online.
If you do not receive a reminder letter within two weeks after your existing permit expires, please contact our Parking Permits team to find out how to renew online.
If your permit expired more than four weeks ago
You need to apply for a new parking permit if your permit expired more than four weeks ago.
Contact Parking Services