Parking permits

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Where possible, we will be able to issue you with a parking permit.

However, there are some conditions attached to us authorising your request.

  • your rent account is one week in credit
  • you are not involved in legal action for anti-social behaviour
  • there is a space available on a controlled parking scheme
  • your car or van is taxed, insured and registered to your tenancy address

If a parking permit is granted:

  • you must park in a reasonable manner and not block other residents
  • you must not park and obstruct emergency vehicle access
  • you must not repair any vehicle anywhere on your property
  • you must ask for permission if you want to take your vehicle off the road
  • you must reapply if you want to transfer the permit to another vehicle

Please note that your parking permit may be withdrawn if your tenancy conditions are breached or if you fail to meet the above criteria. Your permit will also be withdrawn if your payment is declined by your bank.

Applying or renewing parking permits

Permit applications are dealt with by parking enforcement company Parking Control Management (PCM) on our behalf.

If you have any enquiries regarding your permit, or your application for a new or renewal permit, please call PCM directly on 01753 512 603 or email them at

Applications can be made:

If you have an existing permit with CES/Nighthawk, please note that these are no longer valid. You must also advise PCM of this when applying for a new permit.

The Customer Care Line and all Neighbourhood Managers will be liaising with PCM once a new application is made to carry out a check of your rent account. PCM will then either be instructed to issue the permit or decline the application.

If your area is not managed by PCM and you have a parking related enquiry, please contact the Customer Care Line on 0300 123 3456.

Visitor permits

If you would like to apply for a visitor permit, please contact PCM directly to check availability.

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