Parking forms are unavailable due to planned maintenance.

This affects parking permits, appeals and apply for a parking refund.  

You will be able to access forms again from 9am Monday. We apologise for any inconvenience.

You can still pay any Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) online. 

On this page:

Permit options

To apply for, renew amend or cancel a resident parking permit, you will need to login or create a Camden Account.

A resident parking permit does not guarantee you a parking space but enables you to park in your controlled parking zone (CPZ).

To apply for a permit you must:

  • be a Camden resident and live in your property for at least 5 nights per week
  • not live in a car free housing property

You can only apply for one permit for each resident.

Apply for a residents parking permit

This form is unavailable until 9am Monday due to planned maintenance.

To apply for a resident parking permit you will need:

  • proof of address
  • proof of vehicle ownership or custody

You can find more information and examples of the documents you will need at terms and conditions for parking permits.

Renew a residents parking permit

This form is unavailable until 9am Monday due to planned maintenance.

If you need to renew a permit, you can do this in your Camden Account:

Amend a residents parking permit 

If you need to change the details of your parking permit, you can do this in your Camden Account.

You can:

  • change or add a vehicle to your permit
  • change your address within Camden
  • add a courtesy vehicle to your permit

you will need:

  • your v5c document, if you are changing or adding a new vehicle to your permit
  • proof of address, if you are moving within Camden
  • a lease agreement or letter if the vehicle is on hire to you

You can find more information about the documents you will need at terms and conditions for parking permits.

Amend a residents permit

Cancelling a permit and getting a refund

If you move out of Camden, dispose of or sell your vehicle, you can apply for a refund of the remainder of your parking permit. A refund for a cancelled permit will be calculated based on the number of full months remaining on your permit. Charges for 2nd and 3rd vehicles and the diesel surcharge are non-refundable.

Before applying for a refund, please log in to your Camden account and cancel the permit on your account. This will calculate the correct amount due and will return you to this page allowing you to complete the refund request. 

Do not apply for a refund if your v5c has not been uploaded to your permit account or if the permit has been cancelled by us for a breach of the terms and conditions, such as not meeting the qualifying criteria when applying or renewing your permit.

You will have 30 minutes to complete the application. Refunds will normally be made back to the card used for payment. If the payment card has been cancelled or you have been asked to provide bank details, please select the expired card option when asked. 

Refunds may take up to 28 days to process.

This form is unavailable until 9am Monday due to planned maintenance.

Apply for a parking refund 

Resident permit fees and charges

Find out more about resident permit fees and charges 

Talking to us about someone else’s permit

If you would like to discuss or amend a parking permit on behalf of someone else we need the written permission of the permit holder.

The permit holder will need to log into their Camden Account and upload a letter of authorisation. Any customer who requires support with this can contact us on 020 7974 4444 and a member of our Contact Camden team will be able to assist.

Car free housing (S106 agreements)

We do not offer resident parking permits for residents living in car free housing zones

If you obtain a permit when you are not entitled to one and we later withdraw it, we will not refund the remainder of the fee. This is outlined in the terms and conditions for parking permits.

If you obtain a permit when you are not entitled to one and we later withdraw it, we will not refund the remainder of the fee. This is outlined in the terms and conditions for parking permits.