Resident parking permits
New parking charges apply from 4th September 2017.
If you live in a property in which you do not have a parking space and you live adjacent to or close to a council car park, then you may buy an off street parking permit for that car park. This page explains what you need to do in order to buy a resident parking permit.
Where can I park with a resident parking permit?
You can get a permit for any of the following car parks:
Enderby Road and Johns Court Car Parks, Blaby
Wigston Road Car Park, Blaby
Weaver's Court Car Park, Narborough
King Street Car Park, Enderby
John Street Car Park, Enderby
Station Road Car Park, Glenfield
Stamford Street Car Park, Glenfield
Winston Avenue Car Park, Croft
Leicester Road, Narborough*
*Due to the size of the car park we are only able to offer a very limited number of residential permits. Residents will only be able to purchase one permit per property within 50m of the car park and where no alternative parking is available (i.e. on street parking or driveway). Normal qualification requirements also apply.
How to apply
The easiest way is to use the online form below which allows you to apply and pay by debit or credit card.
You will need to provide the following:
When you apply for your permit you will need to pay the annual parking fee
proof of residence (dated within the previous 3 months) for example bill payment, tenancy agreement, council tax bill
Please also include a copy of the Certificate of Motor Insurance for the vehicle showing the VRM of the vehicle & expiry date for the insurance.
Or you can download and complete a paper application form.
Application Form for Residential Parking Permit
Card payments can me made online or over the phone, alternatively, you may wish to pay at the council office in Narborough. Please allow five working days for your permit to be processed.
- Resident’s may apply for one Residents’ Parking Permits (RPP) per property by submitting a duly completed application form, supporting documentation and payment of the charge currently in force.
- The permit will apply to the specific car park associated with the applying resident, and will only be valid for the resident’s vehicle.
- The permit will show the registration number of the vehicle to which it applies and car park to which it applies together with the expiry date of the permit.
- The permit must be clearly displayed in the vehicle when it is parked in the car park.
- Vehicles displaying a valid permit are permitted to park within the car park to which the permit applies without displaying a payment ticket and without time limit.
- Failure to display the permit will lead to the issue of a Penalty Charge Notice as described in the Traffic Regulation Order currently in force on the car park.
- The Leisure & Regulatory Services Group Manager reserves the right to limit the number of Residents’ Parking Permits that are issued to best manage the operation of the car park.
- Permits must be renewed annually in advance of the expiry of the existing permit.
- Permits will not be issued or be valid without payment of the current charge.
- Where the permit holder changes the permitted vehicle during the period of validity of the permit, a revised permit must be obtained by application to Parking Services and accompanied by the £5 administration fee.
The Leisure & Regulatory Services Group Manager reserves the right to refuse to issue Residents’ Parking Permit where the council considers the issue of a permit to be inappropriate and/or not in the best interests of the management of the car park.
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