Visitors’ parking permits

Camden nowuses ePermits, which is a new way for residents and visitors to use visitor parking permits. With ePermits you no longer need to display a physical permit in your vehicle. Instead, Civil Enforcement Officers will carry out checks using the vehicle registration mark - writes camden.gov.uk.

Who can apply?

Residents

You can apply for a visitors’ parking permit if your permanent home address is within Camden. Please do not attempt to apply for these permits if you are not a resident and do not meet the criteria that are laid out in the terms and conditions as the application will be refused and the money paid will not be refunded.

There are two permit typesavailable:

  • all day visitors' permits
  • short stay visitors' permits (30 minutes, one hour, two hours)

Visitors' parking permits are available at a flat rate charge per hour. The amount you may purchase varies depending on the controlled parking zone (CPZ) in which you live.

There is a 50% discountforover 75sand disabled residents. Please be aware this discount only applies to short stay visitor permits.

  • visitor permits – frequently asked questions

How do I apply for a visitors' parking permit?

Resident visitor permits are now applied for through the Camden Account , the link below will take you to the login page. If you're already registered you will just need to log in to be able to order eVisitor permits.

If you are a not a registered user you can click on the 'Create Camden Account' option and fill in your details to complete the registration process:

  • apply for a visitors' parking permit

Businesses

Businesses may apply for short-term visitors’ parking permits for people visiting their premises, but the business must be located north of Euston Road and appear on the business rate register.

Terms and conditions

terms and conditions for parking permits

Contact

  • contact parking operations
  • how do I apply for visitors' parking permits?
  • electronic visitor parking permits (ePermits)

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