The base price for a resident permit in most of Royal Greenwich is £100 for one year.
You will get a discount if your vehicle has low carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. That means it emits 100 grams or less of CO2 for each kilometre you drive (100g/km).
You will get an additional charge if your vehicle has higher CO2 emissions and emits 111g/km or more.
There is an additional £50 charge if your vehicle uses diesel.
These prices apply to almost all our controlled parking zones (CPZs). Check if you're in a controlled parking zone
Permit prices in Abbey Wood, Blackheath Standard, Charlton, Eltham North and Westcombe Park will change at a later date. This is because these CPZs are going through a review process.
Permit price by vehicle CO2 emissions
|Vehicle emissions (gCO2/km)||Resident parking permit price|
|1 to 50||£50|
|51 to 75||£70|
|76 to 90||£80|
|91 to 100||£90|
|101 to 110||£100|
|111 to 130||£125|
|131 to 150||£150|
|151 to 170||£175|
|171 to 190||£200|
|191 to 225||£225|
|226 to 255||£250|
Find your vehicle’s CO2 emissions
To find out your vehicle's CO2 emissions, you can:
- get vehicle information from DVLA
- check your vehicle’s UK Registration Certificate (V5C)
Households with more than one permit
A household with more than one resident permit pays a £100 charge for each additional permit.
- If you have two vehicles that both emit 140g/km of CO2, you need to buy a permit for both vehicles.
- The first permit you buy will cost £150 (the emission based price).
- The second permit you buy will cost £250 (the emission based price of £150 plus the £100 charge).
- When you renew your permits, they will cost £250 each (the emission based price of £150 plus the £100 charge).
A household is any property that has a single postal address.
If your permit price is wrong
If your vehicle is not registered with the DVLA, our system will charge you the highest price of £300 for one year.
To avoid this, you can buy temporary permits. These cost £20 for two weeks.