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Apply for a resident parking permit
To apply you must:
- be a resident in one of Lambeth Council's controlled parking zones
- spend at least 4 nights a week at the address you give for the permit
If you have a Blue Badge you can get a Lambeth White Badge. This lets you park in disabled bays in Lambeth without showing your Blue Badge, and you can leave it in your car overnight. Apply for a Lambeth white Badge.
Use a different service to order visitor parking permits.
Where you can park with this permit
This permit is for on-street parking only, not car parks or parking on council estates. You can only use it to park in the controlled parking zone where you live.
Find out how to buy a different parking permit for council estates.
Your vehicle must be less than 2.3 metres high and less than 5.5 metres long.
It can be a:
- bus with no more than 8 seats
Number of permits you can apply for
Each permit is for one vehicle. If you have more than one vehicle, apply for a permit for each vehicle.
There is usually no limit to the number of permits in each household, but there is a limit for some new multiple occupancy premises. You can check if there's a limit for your household when you're applying.
Before you start
You'll be asked to set up an account on the Lambeth parking website using an email address and password.
- your vehicle registration number
- debit or credit card to pay - check how much a permit costs
If we cannot find your vehicle on our system, we'll ask you to upload some extra evidence about who owns the vehicle and proof of your new address. You have up to 30 days to do this.
What happens next
We'll send you your e-permit by email. This means your vehicle is now registered, and you do not have to display anything on your car. The parking wardens will check our database and see that your vehicle is registered. Find out how to use your e-permit.
Problems with applying
If you're having problems with applying, contact the parking team.