Renew your resident parking permit

You can renew your permit online one month before its expiry date.

You should request to renew your permit at least 14 days before it expires. This gives us enough time to process your permit and get it to you. 

We aim to get your permit to you within 10 working days of receiving your payment. 

A resident parking permit costs £33.

Renew online

If you applied for your permit online, you’ll receive a reminder by email. You may need to check your spam or junk folder for this email.

You'll need to provide proof of your:

  • address
  • vehicle ownership.

Address proof

Valid options for proof of address include:

  • Council Tax bills
  • utility bills
  • bank statements.

Documents we do not accept include:

  • vehicle documentation
  • private landlord tenancy agreements
  • polling cards.

Your proof of address must be in your name and dated in the past 3 months.

Vehicle proof

You need to provide a copy of your vehicle registration document (logbook or full updated V5C) or insurance policy which includes your name, address and vehicle registration.

We do not accept the V5C 2 (New Keeper's Slip) as proof of vehicle ownership as you're no longer required to complete your address in section 6.

Company vehicles

If you drive a company vehicle you must provide a letter from your employer on company headed paper to confirm:

  • your name 
  • home address
  • details of the company vehicle you drive.

Your proof must be clear and readable.

Renew your resident parking permit online

What happens next

After you have submitted your renewal application, we’ll let you know if it's successful or not. 

If your application is successful, we’ll send you an email with a link to a payment form, for you to pay online.

If your application is not successful, we'll tell you why.