The Council would like to apologise to anyone who has experienced problems activating online visitor parking permits or carrying out other online transactions on Thursday 13 January 2022.
The parking permit service is now working.
In the unlikely event of a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) being issued to you on Thursday 13 January 2022 you should contact the Council online or write to the address provided on the reverse side of the PCN.
If you have a PCN with a HP prefix, please visit our guidance page for more information.
Tottenham Event Day CPZ
Event day restrictions will be announced as soon as possible. Any vehicle parked without a valid permit or paying the applicable parking charge will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN). The council will not be issuing any warning PCNs, and anyone receiving a PCN will need to pay or challenge any PCN(s) they receive.
Detailed transport information for local residents and businesses can be found on the Tottenham Hotspur website (external link).
Residents and businesses within the Tottenham Event Day CPZ can apply for parking permits. These are free and only need to be displayed whenever a football match or other public event is held at the Tottenham Hotspur Football Stadium.
For information on how to apply for or renew an event day parking permit:
- these permits are non-refundable
- visitor permits should be displayed when parking within the CPZ on event days
To apply for visitor permits
- visit the visitor parking permits page
You can check if any streets within this CPZ currently have suspended parking bays on the parking bay suspensions page.
If a valid permit is not displayed during operational hours, your vehicle may receive a Penalty Charge Notice or be removed.
- Monday to Friday: 5pm to 8.30pm
- Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays: 12 noon to 8pm
To find out when Spurs are playing at home or when other public events are held at the stadium visit the Tottenham Hotspur website (external link).
Download a Tottenham Event Day CPZ - Street list (PDF, 27KB) covered by the CPZ.
Haringey Council is under 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 information on how we use the information you provide please see our data protection page.
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