Pay for parking by mobile phone
You can pay for parking in the Royal Borough of Greenwich by credit or debit card using your mobile phone. This is known as cashless parking.
The service is available at all on-street parking locations in the borough where parking is payable in Controlled Parking Zones and council-run car parks.
You do not need to display a ticket in your car if you pay using your mobile phone. The devices used by parking enforcement officers are updated to show that you’ve paid to park your vehicle and the length of your parking session.
You can still pay by cash if you want to.
How to pay for parking by mobile phone
From 1 November 2020 the service will be managed by PayByPhone on behalf of the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
To use the service, you need to:
- Download the PayByPhone app or register online
- Enter the location code - you’ll find this on signs where cashless parking is available
- Enter the length of time you want to park for.
If you need to extend your parking, you can open the app and press ‘extend’ at any time.
You can also pay without cash using the PayByPhone website, by text message or by phone.
You can get receipts for your parking by text, email or on the PayByPhone website.
PayByPhone is fully compliant with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards.
Find out more about how to use the service.
For help and support visit the PayByPhone website.