Housing estate parking permits

You can apply for a residents' parking permit if you live on one of the following estates:

  • Aintree Estate
  • Arthur Henderson and William Banfield
  • Ash Lodge
  • Aspen Gardens
  • Barclay Close
  • Bayonne Estate
  • Becklow Gardens
  • Cedar Lodge
  • Coningham Road
  • Clem Attlee Court
  • Edward Woods Estate
  • Emlyn Gardens
  • Flora Gardens
  • Fulham Court
  • Gibbs Green
  • Keir Hardie House
  • Kelmscott Gardens
  • Lancaster Court
  • Lytton Estate
  • Margravine Estate
  • Manor Court
  • Maystar Estate
  • Pearscroft Estate
  • Philpot Square
  • Planetree Court
  • Queen Caroline Estate
  • Riverside Gardens
  • Rowberry Close
  • Springvale Estate
  • Stowe Road
  • Sulgrave Gardens
  • Sulivan Court
  • Townmead Estate
  • West Kensington
  • White City Estate
  • William Church Estate
  • Wood Lane Estate

If your estate is not listed above, please call us on 020 8753 5646 or email estateparkingproject@lbhf.gov.uk     

You can't use an estates permit to park on the street, or on other estates.

Our new residents' parking permits

We’ve improved our parking permits for all residents of H&F including estate residents. 

There are now more ways to apply, and more payment options, including debit and credit cards. The new permits are less easily damaged and more secure.

You can use a residents' parking permit to park anywhere in your home zone.

Apply for a residents' parking permit

More on residents' parking permits and how to apply

Need help?

Please contact Pay & Park.

Visitor parking permits

Visitor parking permits allow your visitors to park on your estate or on the street. They pay a discounted rate of £1.80 per hour.

Apply for a visitor permit

More on visitor parking permit and how to apply

If you’re not online, call us on 020 7371 5678 and we’ll send you a paper application.

  • The permit is free.
  • You pay for parking sessions as and when you need them on a pay as you go basis.
  • You book and pay for the sessions through RingGo once your permit has been approved.
  • You must always book a visitor session during the estate's controlled hours, which may be longer than the controlled hours of the surrounding parking zone. You won't be charged for time after the surrounding zone's hours have ended. This is so we can distinguish a visiting vehicle from one parked without authorisation.

The following estates have enforcement hours longer than their surrounding streets:

  • Aspen Gardens
  • Arthur Henderson and William Banfield Estate
  • Becklow Gardens
  • Cedar Lodge and Ash Lodge Estate
  • Coningham Road and Stowe Road Estate
  • Edward Wood Estate
  • Emlyn Gardens
  • Gibbs Green Estate
  • Queen Caroline Estate
  • White City Estate
  • Wood Lane and White City Close
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