Visitors Parking Permits
- Who qualifies for a visitors permit?
- How to apply
- Permit prices
- Voucher refunds and exchanges
- Two week visitors permits
- How to use your permit
- Fraud prevention
To be eligible for a short stay or weekend visitor permit you must be a resident in the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) and be aged 18 or over.
Please note that if you are landlord of a property and not residing in it, you are not eligible for visitors vouchers. You can however, apply for a Trader's Permit to allow you to park near the property. Trader's Permits can be found on the Trader's Permits page.
You can order more visitors vouchers online using your voucher reference number and applicant ID. If you do not have your applicant ID please email email@example.com, providing your voucher reference number (this is printed on your vouchers and starts with VC or VS) and your name.
- If you have not ordered visitors vouchers before, you must first register with us
- If you are already registered, you can use your voucher reference number and applicant ID to order more visitors vouchers online
The shopping cart is now available for multiple purchases of vouchers and permits.
Once payment is made and confirmed online, your vouchers will be sent by post within 5 working days, although we do aim to process them as quickly as possible. Please ensure your email security/junk filter will allow emails from firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information about online vouchers:
- We can only accept registration requests from the applicant; this is due to the Data Protection Act
- You must apply using a valid personal email address
- Every three months dating from your first order, you can apply for 1 or 2 hour vouchers with a total of 120 hours which can be made up of 120 vouchers (Concessionary applicants get 240 hours made up of 240 vouchers)
- In a quarter you can apply for 60 Daily vouchers (Concessionary 120 vouchers). Online these are called Standard vouchers
- Low value orders will be posted first class. High value orders will be posted by recorded delivery
Please register first by emailing email@example.com, providing your name, proof of address or Council Tax reference number. If you are aged over 60 or registered disabled, please provide proof with the email. Once payment is made and confirmed online, we will aim to send your vouchers by post within 5 working days, although we do aim to process them as quickly as possible. Please ensure your email security/junk filter will allow emails from firstname.lastname@example.org
You can still apply by post for a standard resident's visitor permit - please download and fill in the visitors parking permit application form (PDF, 224KB). However if you are aged 60 years and above or a resident who is registered disabled, you can apply for a concessionary resident's visitor permit by downloading and completing the concessionary visitors parking permit application form (PDF, 224KB).
Send the form with your proof of address and payment to:
- London Borough of Haringey
PO Box 55235
London N22 9DF
If you are visiting someone who lives in a CPZ area you can ask them to give you one of their visitor parking permits (if they have any). Please take time to read the conditions of use printed on the back of the voucher.
Please ensure that you correctly scratch the panels that are relevant to the date and time you are using the voucher for.
If you are not visiting a particular resident you cannot get a visitor’s parking permit and you should not pay another person to use a resident visitor permit.
However you can buy a pay and display ticket from a pay and display machine and park in a pay and display bay or shared use bay for up to two hours. You must buy a ticket that is valid for the whole of the time you wish to park.
Once you have bought the ticket you cannot put more money in the machine to buy extra time. You must leave the bay when your time is up, otherwise a Penalty Charge Notice may be issued.
Please email email@example.com if you have any queries regarding voucher refunds or exchanges.
When applying for a two week visitor permit you must ensure that you provide details of the make, model and registration number of the vehicle. Without this information we are unable to process your application. If you wish to apply for a concessionary two week permit please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents can now apply online for a standard two week permit. You will need to provide your proof of address and once payment is made and confirmed, your permit will be sent by post within 5 working days, although we do aim to process them as quickly as possible.
Sending us your verification documents
If you have access to a scanner or digital camera you can attach copies of your documents when you apply online. Please note your digital copies need to be legible and less than 4MB each in terms of the size.
Visitors permits may only be given to those calling at the permit holders address. It is the householders responsibility to ensure that their permit is retrieved from a visitor's vehicle at the end of their stay. All permits must be displayed clearly in the windscreen of the vehicle.
Please note that resident permits are not valid when a suspension is in force for where the vehicle is parked. Parking places are suspended by us and on occasions the Police. Suspension notices are displayed within parking places where existing signs advise what type of bay it is and who may park there.
Each time you park or drive away your vehicle it is recommended that you check for displayed yellow suspension signs. These yellow suspension signs will have clearly displayed information advising of the start and end dates for a Suspension. During the dates detailed on the suspension sign, vehicles may not park within the area specified on the suspension sign and may be issued a Penalty Notice and if necessary removed to our Car Pound.
We have a duty to protect public funds. The information you provide in the attached application form may be used for the prevention and detection of fraud. We may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for fraud prevention and detection purposes.
For further information contact:
Data Protection Officer
Feedback and Information Team
River Park House
225 High Road
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