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.
About Resident Parking permits
How to purchase a resident parking permit
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Resident parking permits
Resident parking permits allow Haringey residents to park in the controlled parking zone (CPZ) where they live.
To apply for and buy a resident parking permit (or resident Event Day permit) you must:
- live in a controlled parking zone (CPZ) in Haringey
- be the own or be the registered keeper of a car or other eligible vehicle. The maximum size for passenger or goods vehicles is 2.27 metres (7’6") high; 5.25 metres (17’3") long
- be aged 18 or over
A resident parking permit is linked to a vehicle registration number. The vehicle registration document must show the address where you live within the CPZ.
The resident parking permit allows you to park in resident or resident shared use bays in the CPZ specified associated with your permit.
The permit isn’t valid in Pay by phone only bays.
About resident parking permits
For vehicles registered on or after 23 March 2001 and where the DVLA hold emissions information, the charges are based on vehicle emissions.
For vehicles registered before 23 March 2001, or where vehicle emissions data is not available, the charges are based on engine size.
Your vehicle log book (V5C) gives you all the information you need, including the year in which your vehicle was registered.
If it was registered after 23 March 2001, it includes the CO2 emissions information that applies to your vehicle. For vehicles registered before this date, you can use the log book to find out your engine size.
Don't know your vehicles CO2 emissions? Check the DVLA website (external link).
If you still have a paper parking permit and have moved out of Haringey or no longer own a vehicle, you may be eligible for a refund on your paper parking permit. Please fill in the Permit refund request form (PDF, 67KB) and return it to the address on the form.
If you need to cancel a virtual parking permit, please use your parking permit account.
We have a duty to protect public funds. The information you provide in the permit 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
London N22 8HQ
If you own a foreign vehicle, you must register it with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) (external link) who will issue you with a V5C logbook. The logbook can then be used to apply for a parking permit.
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