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The Government has announced that Commissioners are to be appointed for Nottingham City Council.  For further information, the council’s response and FAQs can be read here.

On 26th June 2023, Nottingham City Council introduced annual charges for permits to further manage the highway, encourage residents to look at different transport options, reduce congestion and improve air quality.

Your first permit per household is free and a charge applies for your second (£35 per year) and third (£50 per year) permits, if you need them.

Residents were consulted on this change in spring 2022 – thank you to everyone who gave their views. Changes were made based on your feedback to offer concessions on the permit charges for Blue Badge Holders and for those with eligible healthcare requirements.

For further information and to see a list of FAQs, please visit Residents' Parking Permit Information and FAQs - Nottingham City Council.

Apply for a resident'/visitor' parking permit

Completing this service should take around 10 minutes.

To complete your application, you will need:

  • Your name and contact details
  • Postcode
  • Vehicle registration number(s) and make(s)
  • A valid council tax bill 
  • A certificate of motor insurance (not required for a visitors' permit)
  • Proof of address

The maximum allocation of permits per household is 3 and this is made up of any combination of residents’ or visitors’ permits. 

Apply for a residents' parking permit

If you are unable to apply online, please contact the Parking Regulation and Compliance team. We will accept postal applications using the relevant application form which will need to be sent to the team with copies of the necessary eligibility proof documents and the required fee.