Estate parking permits

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.

Apply now or renew

Parking permits price list

e-permit FAQs

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.

Terms and conditions

We will issue one estate parking permit only per household subject to availability, unless there is a previous local decision to allocate more depending on availability. The number of estate parking permits issued will be determined by the local housing management service based on the number of parking spaces.

The price of an annual estate parking permit is reviewed yearly and an increase may be applied. Disabled residents are able to obtain an annual estate parking permit free of charge (subject to providing supporting documents).

Apply or renew by post

Print and complete the estate parking permit application form 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.

Page updated on: 14 January 2020

Parking permits


Permit and voucher applications
PO Box 75935
E5 5FA