Estate resident permits are changing to electronic permits (e-permits)
This means that a paper permit won't be posted to you and you won't need to display a paper permit in your vehicle. Civil enforcement officers will be able to check that you have a valid permit by entering your vehicle registration into their handheld devices.
Current estate permit holders should continue to display their permit in their vehicle, but once it has expired, they will be issued an e-permit upon renewal. If your permit is lost, damaged or stolen or if you change your vehicle before your current permit expires, you will also be issued an e-permit as a replacement.
Permit holders can still check the status of their e-permit or manage changes to their e-permit online at any time via their customer account and renewal reminders will still be sent to permit holders 6 weeks before the permit is due to expire.
New estate parking zones - Nightingale Estate (Z96) and St John's court estate (Z97)
If you live in the above estates, please choose a permit start date of Monday 18 June 2018, which is when controlled parking will start on your estate.
You will be able to use your e-permit as soon as it is activated (and before its start date) to park in the existing public highway roads around your estate, so that you don't have problems finding somewhere to park when your roads are suspended for lining works. Please refer to the implementation letter, which has been sent to all addresses in your estate, for the list of roads where you can use your permit to park.
Who can apply?
If you live in an estate parking zone you're entitled to apply for an estate e-permit, but it doesn't guarantee you a parking space. Estate parking permits can only be used where indicated by signage, in the designated estate parking zones they are issued for. Estate parking zones are identified by a 'Z' prefix on all parking signage within an estate, for example Z24 is Alden house estate. You won't be allowed to buy an estate parking permit, if your rent or service charges account is in arrears.
You can still order your estate parking visitor vouchers online, as well as through our neighbourhood offices.
Apply for an estate e-permit
Before you start
You will need
- an email address
- your vehicle registration number
- a debit or credit card
- if you have a disability, you will need to provide a copy of your blue badge (on both sides)
You may also be asked to provide a proof of residency and / or vehicle ownership if we can't confirm your residency and vehicle information automatically. We will accept scanned copies or photos of supporting documents.
What happens after you apply?
If you're entitled to a permit and submit everything we need to approve your application, your permit will start on the date that you have selected in your application. If your application isn't, we will contact you to explain why, or what you need to do to help us process it.
Frequently asked questions
- parking permits price list 2018-19 [pdf, 262.02Kb]
- e-permit FAQs [pdf, 182.1Kb]
- your entitlement to an estate parking permit
- residents with a blue badge
- sublet leasehold properties
- motorcycle and moped parking on estates
- how and where to use your permit
- where not to park with this permit
- supporting documents
- lost / damaged / stolen estate parking permit
- change of address or vehicle
- estate parking permit refund costs
Apply or renew by post
Print and complete the estate parking permit application form [doc, 82.05Kb] and return it to us:
- for a new application, include your supporting documents for proof of address
- if you have a disability you will also need to provide a copy of your blue badge (on both sides)
- if you are 60 and over, you will need to provide proof of your age
- to renew your permit, please use your renewal slip and allow at least ten working days before your current estate parking permit expires
We only accept a cheque or postal order, so please do not send cash by post.