Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs)
- Map of all CPZs in Haringey
- Find out if you live in a CPZ
- Why do we need controlled parking zones in Haringey?
- How do I park within a controlled parking zone?
- Pay by phone
- Controlled parking zone locations
- Contact us
Also see our Current Parking Consultations page.
Find out if you live in a CPZ
Use our lookup tool below to see if a property in Haringey is in a CPZ. Start typing in an address or postcode and select the address from the list:
Find out if the address is in CPZ
Why do we need controlled parking zones (CPZs) in Haringey?
Haringey is a borough with high pollution and areas suffering from excessive traffic congestion. As part of a London-wide transport strategy, Haringey is committed to reducing car use in the borough and so reduce pollution, accidents, and delays to buses.
Controlled parking zones (CPZs) were first introduced in Haringey in 1994 to reduce traffic congestion, improve road safety and promote other forms of transport.
The decision to go ahead with a controlled parking zone follows detailed consultation with residents and businesses whose views determine what roads are in the zone and how long the parking controls last. For a list of current CPZ consultations please see the Parking Consultations page.
How do I park within a CPZ?
- resident permits and resident visitor permit vouchers are not valid in pay by phone-only bays
- disabled residential parking permits are valid in pay by phone-only bays
- visitor vouchers are not available for parking in the Tottenham Hotspur Match Day CPZ. Different rules apply.
For more information on how to apply, please see the parking permit pages. Motorists who want to park for a short time can use pay by phone bays . Business permit holders can park in business or permit/pay by phone parking bays.
Residents and visitors can park in marked resident and shared-use parking bays (residents and pay by phone bays) when displaying a valid resident parking permit, a disabled residential parking permit, or resident visitor parking permit voucher.
Enforcement hours and parking tariffs vary from one CPZ to the next. Zone entry signs indicate the times when waiting restrictions parking bays within the zone are in force and parking bays are in operation.
Penalty charge notices (PCNs) are issued to any parked vehicle that does not display a valid permit or voucher during operational hours.
Pay by phone / RingGo
Motorists that wish to park for a short time in a CPZ can use pay by phone bays. Charges for these bays are based on an hourly rate for low, medium and high usage areas. Parking time can be purchased in increments of 15 minutes, up to a maximum of 2 hours.
In some areas, parking may be allowed for longer than 2 hours. This will be displayed on signs at the parking sites.
You no longer need to hurry back to your vehicle as you can use the RingGo app to add more parking time from wherever you are. Information on how to register and pay for parking is on our RingGo page.
|Tariff 1||High usage area||£3.30|
|Tariff 2||Medium usage area||£2.10|
|Tariff 3||Low usage area||£1.30|
For information on the location and operational hours of the controlled zones, please click on the links below.
- Alexandra Palace CPZ
- Belmont CPZ
- Bounds Green CPZ
- Bounds Green East CPZ
- Bruce Castle CPZ
- Bruce Grove North CPZ
- Bruce Grove West CPZ
- Crouch End CPZ
- Finsbury Park CPZ
- Fortis Green CPZ
- Green Lanes CPZ
- Highgate CPZ
- Highgate Station CPZ
- Highgate Station Outer CPZ
- Hornsey North CPZ
- Hornsey South CPZ
- Muswell Hill CPZ
- Muswell Hill West CPZ
- St. Ann's CPZ
- St Luke's CPZ
- Seven Sisters CPZ
- Seven Sisters South CPZ
- South Tottenham CPZ
- The Hale CPZ
- Tottenham Hotspur Match Day CPZ
- Tottenham Hale North CPZ and Event Day
- Tottenham North CPZ
- Tower Gardens CPZ and Event Day
- White Hart Lane CPZ
- Wood Green CPZ
- Woodside CPZ
- Woodside West CPZ
CPZ policy 2020
View the current Haringey's CPZ Policy - March 2020 (PDF, 74KB)
Tel 020 8489 1000
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