Residents' permits

Apply for a new permit

You can apply for a resident's parking permit if your permanent, main home is in a controlled parking zone.

Residents’ parking permit application/renewal form (pdf)

Documents you need to send us

Residents' parking permit charges

(including White City off-street parking permits)

  • first permit 
    6 months - £71 
    12 months - £119.
  • second permit 
    6 months - £260  
    12 months - £497
  • green vehicle residents' permit - 12 months £60 (Euro 5 compliant and emitting less than 100g/km of co2)

Doctor's permit

  • 12 months - £126. 

Submit your application

Replacement permits

Changing your vehicle or moving within the borough? Or have you lost your parking permit? Use the relevant form below:

Second car permits

If members of your household have a car each, each person can apply for their own permit at the standard rate, as long as they can show us proof of their address.

If you own a second car, you can apply for a second car permit, provided that you already have a resident's permit for your first car. Please use the residents’ parking permit application form linked above. There’s no need to show us proof of your address again.

Renew your existing permit

Renew online

We’ll send you a reminder about one month before your permit expires. We’ll post it unless you ask us to email it.

Most people renew their permit online via My Account. Your parking permit details have to match your council tax account for you to renew online. Otherwise, the renewal process is the same as applying for the first time, so please follow the application process set out above.

You have up to 14 days after your permit expires to use the online service. After that, you have to complete a new application form and provide full documentary evidence.

How to renew online

You will need to open your own ‘My account’. If you already have one for other services such as council tax or benefits, you just need to add parking permits to your account.

It is quick and easy to do. All you will need is:

  • an email address
  • your name and address as displayed on your parking permit letter.

If you have any difficulties with the online service, please contact h&f Direct

Pay and reserve service

If you're fed up with postal delays or don't want to waste time queuing in our offices, use our pay and reserve service.

Just scan your completed permit application form and supporting documents and attach them to an email to parkingpermits@lbhf.gov.uk.

Include a phone number so that we can contact you for payment.

Let us know whether you want us to post your permit to you or whether you want to collect it in person. 

Once your permit has been processed, if you have chosen to collect it, we will contact you to let you know that it's ready to be collected from the pay and reserve desk at the h&f Direct Centre, Hammersmith Town Hall Extension, King Street, London W6 9JU.

More help and information

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