Parking permits

You can apply for resident, visitor, business, and car park parking permits.

In this section


Parking permit account 

The council now operates a self-serve online account, where applicants can apply for and manage their permits online.  

You can either apply for a parking permit account or to sign in if you've already created an account. 

Register or log in to My permit account 

Once you have applied for an account, you will be able to apply for parking products available for your address. 

If you live in Parking Management Scheme RL4, and require a parking permit or visitor vouchers, please visit our RL4 permits page


Resident permits 

Residential properties (as defined by the Traffic Management Order) are able to apply for resident permits to be able to park in parking management schemes. Properties located within restricted developments (as defined by section 106 agreements) are not entitled to apply for resident permits or vouchers.  

Once you have created a parking permit account, you can apply for a resident permit using the permit application option on the account homepage. As part of your application, you will need to provide proof to validate your application.  

The types of proof we can accept are listed below. 

Residential proof - 1 of the following:

  • current council tax bill 
  • tenancy agreement 
  • solicitor's letter (confirming purchase) 
  • utility bill (dated within the last 3 months) 
  • full driver's licence.

Vehicle proof - 1 of the following: 

  • DVLA logbook (V5C) 
  • insurance schedule 
  • letter from employer confirming use of company vehicle 
  • lease/hire agreement 
  • garage bill of sale. 

Please note: All proof supplied must be in the same name and address as the permit application.  

Once you have submitted your supporting documents, your permit will become active from the start date of the permit and is issued virtually (no paper permit will be issued to be displayed in the vehicle).  

If you currently hold a paper permit, when applying online please ensure you start your permit the day after your paper permit is due to expire.  

If you live in Parking Management Scheme RL4, and require a parking permit or visitor vouchers, please visit our RL4 permits page

Permits and voucher types

Cost

1st vehicle permit

Free

2nd vehicle permit

£105 per year

3rd vehicle permit

£126 per year

4th vehicle permit

£157.50 per year

5th vehicle permit

£210 per year


Visitor permits 

Once you have created a parking permit account, you can apply for a visitor permit using the permit application option on the account homepage. Once your visitor permit has been issued you will be able to activate and purchase virtual visitor sessions. 

As part of your application, you will need to provide proof to validate your application.  

The types of proof we can accept include any of the following: 

  • current council tax bill 
  • tenancy agreement 
  • solicitor's letter (confirming purchase) 
  • utility bill (dated within the last 3 months) 
  • full driver's licence. 

Once you have submitted your proof, your visitor permit will be issued. A Visitor Vouchers 'P' option will appear on your permit home page. You can then activate parking sessions for your visitors when you need them. 

You can get up to 50 parking sessions with a visitor permit. If you need more sessions, you can apply for another permit. 

Visitor voucher  

Cost 

First 10 (per property)* 

Free  

Any additional (per property) 

£10.50 per 10 vouchers 

 

*Issued with the 1st visitor permit obtained at the property.

 


Carers' permits 

Once you have created a permit account, you can apply for a carer permit using the permit application option on the account homepage.  

As part of your application, you will need to provide proof to validate your application.  

The types of proof we accept are listed below. 

Residential proof - 1 of the following: 

  • current council tax bill 
  • tenancy agreement 
  • solicitor's letter (confirming purchase) 
  • utility bill (dated within the last 3 months) 
  • full drivers' licence. 

Proof of care - 1 of the following:

  • doctor's letter to confirm care required 
  • letter from care provider confirming carers attending property on a regular basis. 

Please note: All proof supplied must be in the same name and address as the permit application.  

Once you have submitted your proof, the application will be reviewed by our parking services. If your proof is approved, your application and permit will be issued. As these permits are not vehicle-specific, a paper permit will be sent by post to the applicant's address.  

 Carer's permit  

Cost 

New/renewal 

Free  

Replacement paper permit 

£20 


Disabled bay permits  

Residents who have a disabled bay outside their property can apply for a disabled bay permit. This does not grant the applicant exclusive use of the disabled bay; however, it does mean they do not need to display the disabled badge in the vehicle when parked in said bay. Any disabled badge holder is permitted to park in disabled bays in the borough of Hillingdon. Once you have created a permit account, you can apply for a disabled bay permit using the permit application option on the account homepage.  

As part of your application, you will need to provide proof to validate your application.  

The types of proof we can accept are listed below. 

Residential proof - one of the following: 

  • current council tax bill 
  • tenancy agreement 
  • solicitor's letter (confirming purchase) 
  • utility bill (dated within the last 3 months) 
  • full driver's licence. 

Vehicle proof - 1 of the following: 

  • DVLA logbook (V5C) 
  • insurance schedule 
  • letter from employer confirming use of company vehicle 
  • lease/hire agreement 
  • garage bill of sale. 

Disabled blue badge proof:

  • A copy of both sides of your blue badge 

Please note: All proof supplied must be in the same name and address as the permit application.  

Once your application has been approved, you will be issued with an email advising you to make payment. Once payment has been received your permit will become active from the start date of the permit and is issued virtually (no paper permit will be issued to be displayed in the vehicle).  

If you currently hold a paper permit, when applying online please ensure you start your permit the day after your paper permit is due to expire.  

Disabled bay permit  

Cost 

New 

£15 

Renewal 

£5 


Business permits 

Commercial properties (as defined by the Traffic Management Order) within business zones are able to apply for business permits to be able to park in a designated parking bay.  

Business permits will only be granted to those that require the use of the vehicle for the needs of the business. Business permits will not be granted for the purpose of commuter parking.  

Once you have created a permit account, you can apply for a business permit using the permit application option on the account homepage. You will be required to provide proof of business. Your application will be reviewed by our parking services and, once approved, you will be issued with an email advising you to make payment. Once payment has been received, your permit will become active from the start date of the permit. As these permits are not vehicle specific, a paper permit will be sent by post to the applicant's address. 

If you currently hold a paper permit, when applying online please ensure you start your permit the day after your paper permit is due to expire.  

Business permit  

Cost 

3 months 

£131.25 

6 months 

£262.50 

12 months 

£525.00 

 


Car park permits  

Permits can be applied for in a select number of car parks within the borough of Hillingdon. Once you have created a permit account, you can apply for a car park permit using the permit application option on the account homepage. Once your application has been approved, you will be issued with an email advising you to make payment. Once payment has been received, your permit will become active from the start date of the permit and is issued virtually (no paper permit will be issued to be displayed in the vehicle).  

If you currently hold a paper permit, when applying online please ensure you start your permit the day after your paper permit is due to expire.  

There is a limited number of permits that can be obtained per car park; therefore, if you apply for a permit but there is no space available, your application will be placed into a waiting list.  

Local car park permits

  • Blyth Road Car Park 
  • Brandville Road Car Park 
  • Community Close Car Park 
  • Devon Parade Car Park 
  • Devonshire Lodge Car Park 
  • Fairfield Road Car Park 
  • Green Lane Car Park 
  • Kingsend South Long Term Car Park 
  • Linden Avenue Car Park 
  • Long Lane Car Park 
  • North View Car Park 
  • Pembroke Gardens Car Park 
  • Pump Lane Car Park 
  • St Martin's Approach Car Park 

Local car park permits  

Resident* 

Non-resident 

3 months 

£89.25 

£110.25 

6 months 

£178.50 

£220.50 

12 months 

£357.00 

£441.00 

 

*Residents applying for a car park permit will need to provide proof of residency and vehicle ownership.  

Multi-storey car parks

  • Cedars Multi Storey Car Park (MSCP) 
  • Grainges Multi Storey Car Park (MSCP) 

3 months 

Resident* 

Non-resident 

Grainges MSCP 

£315 

£446.25 

Cedars MSCP 

£315 

£446.25 


Please note: Permits for the multi-storey car parks are not yet available through the self-serve system. If you want to apply for one of these car parks, please email carparks@hillingdon.gov.uk.


Mobile permits 

Mobile permits can be applied for by authorised organisations as specified below:  

  • charities (non-profit organisations providing community support) 
  • NHS/PCT community working 
  • religious staff (where community-based work is undertaken).

Once you have created a permit account, you can apply for a mobile permit using the permit application option on the account homepage. Once your application has been approved you will be issued with an email advising you to make payment. Once payment has been received, your permit will become active from the start date of the permit and is issued virtually (no paper permit will be issued to be displayed in the vehicle).  

If you currently hold a paper permit, when applying online please ensure you start your permit the day after your paper permit is due to expire.  

You will be required to provide evidence of your community activity as well as proof of non-profit (for non-profit applications).  

 

12 months 

Non-profit 

£20 

Commercial organisation 

£480 


Extended waivers 

Extended waivers can be applied for by authorised organisations as specified below:  

  • NHS/PCT community working 

Once you have created a permit account, you can apply for an extended waiver using the permit application option on the account homepage. Once your application has been approved, you will be issued with an email advising you to make payment. Once payment has been received, your permit will become active from the start date of the permit and is issued virtually (no paper permit will be issued to be displayed in the vehicle).  

If you currently hold a paper permit, when applying online please ensure you start your permit the day after your paper permit is due to expire.  

You will be required to provide evidence of your community activity, as well as proof of non-profit (for non-profit applications).  

 

12 months 

Non-profit 

£20 

Commercial organisation 

£480 


Paper visitor vouchers 

Any paper vouchers still held by residents can still be used. In addition, any paper visitor voucher stock still held by the council can be purchased from libraries until the stock for that zone has run out.  

Please note: 2 forms of identification will be required (1 must show your name and the other must show your name and address).​​ 


Terms and conditions

Read our  Parking permits terms and conditions (PDF) [152KB].


Contact us

You can contact our parking services in the following ways: 

Page last updated: 12 Jul 2022