Resident permit information

A resident permit does not guarantee you a space to park in your street, but it allows you to park within the controlled parking zone where you live.

If you are a motorcycle owner you need to apply for a resident permit.

If changing to a fully electric powered vehicle only, you will need to cancel your current permit and apply for the electric vehicle permit. If wishing to retain multiple vehicles on your permit, you will need to add the electric powered vehicle to your resident permit and pay the additional vehicle fee.

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 from the permit holder.

You can give us written permission by emailing our permits processing team at permitsprocessing@camden.gov.uk.

Car free housing (S106 agreements)

Camden runs a number of car free housing schemes.

This means that you will need to check your lease, freehold or tenancy agreement before applying for a resident parking permit, to make sure it is not a car free property.

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.

Parking British sign language video