You can use a car park permit to park in a council-run car park, except the Abery Street car park.
Car park permits are virtual permits and are valid for 12 months from the chosen start date.
You can only use a car park permit in the car park it was issued for.
How much it costs
The cost of a car park permit depends on which car park you want to park in.
This table shows how much car park permits cost:
|Car park name||Permit cost|
|Cutty Sark Gardens||£1,091|
|Old Dover Road||£117|
You can only buy a car park permit if there are enough spaces in the car park you want to use. When you apply, you’ll either be issued with a permit or be put on a waiting list for when a space becomes available.
Who can apply
Anyone can apply for a car park permit for council-run car parks in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
You can apply for one car park permit with up to 2 vehicles registered to it, but it can only be used on one vehicle at a time.
You must make sure your permit is assigned to the correct vehicle in your online account or you could get a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).
You can apply and pay for a car park permit online.
You’ll need to create an online account if you do not already have one.
You’ll need your vehicle registration number and a debit or credit card to pay.
What happens next
If a car park space is available, your virtual permit will be issued and ready to use as soon as you've applied and paid.
If you're put on a waiting list, you'll get an email when a space becomes available. Your virtual permit will then be issued and ready to use when you've paid the fee.
If you cannot apply online, call our contact centre on 020 8921 4339.
Get a refund
You can get a refund if you no longer need your car park permit.
The refund amount will be a proportion of the annual cost for any full months left on the permit, minus a £20 admin fee.
You can apply for a refund in your online account.