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Apply for a resident parking permit

A resident parking permit enables you to park in a permit parking zone near your home. Find out if you are located within a permit parking zone.

Please note: If you live in a new development that is in a parking zone where you you could get a permit, it does not automatically mean you will get one, for example, if the development has some allocated parking. Please check by asking us through our enquiry form before applying.

To apply you will need a:

  • MyHavering account
  • vehicle registration document (V5). If you do not have the V5 to hand, you can submit your insurance documents
  • utility bill within the last three months or a mortgage or tenancy agreement if you are moving into a zone.

Parking permit costs

  • first permit to an address is £35
  • second permit to an address is an additional £60
  • any further permit issued to an address is a further £85

Each vehicle needs its own permit and unfortunately they're not transferable to another vehicle.

When you need to renew your permit

From 23 March to 13 July 2020 permit renewals were suspended due to the impact of coronavirus on our operations.

As a result we are giving you a 3 month extension to your renewal.

We are doing this by changing the date you need to renew on, moving it 3 months ahead of your normal renewal date.

Please check the table below to find your new renewal date.

While you wait for your new renewal period, and your existing permit expires, please continue to display your existing permit.

Our enforcement officers will check the permit expiry date, the licence plate number and your zone and will not issue a ticket if you are within the 3 month extension period.

Please remember the extension only applies to the zone your permit is for.

When you renew, this will become your new annual renewal date so do remember when you need to renew for the following year as we do not send a reminder.

Your original renewal date is between

When you should now renew

1 September to 30 September 2020 1 December to 31 December 2020
1 October to 31 October 2020  1 January to 31 January 2021
1 November to 30 November 2020 1 February to 28 February 2021
1 December to 31 December 2020 1 March to 30 March 2021
1 January to 31 January 2021 1 April to 30 April 2021
1 February to 28 February 2021 1 May to 31 May 2021
1 March to 31 March 2021 1 June to 31 June 2021

Apply or renew

Apply or renew a resident parking permit now

Please note when renewing that resident parking permits expire after one year. 

Please remember when you need to renew as we do not send a reminder.

You will be able to renew your permit via My Havering four weeks before to the expiry date.

Please ensure your permit is renewed in time so you don't get a parking fine.

Do you need to make changes to the permit or is it lost or stolen?

If you change vehicle or address or your permit has been lost or stolen then let us know so we can arrange a new permit.

Tell us about a change to a parking permit

Company cars and resident parking permits

If you have a company car please let us have a copy of the vehicle's registration document and a letter from your company on their headed paper confirming that you are the authorised driver or vehicle keeper.

The letter needs to show the vehicle registration.

Get help with resident parking permits

If you experience problems when applying for a permit, or have any questions, please tell us with our online enquiry form.

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