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Apply for a parking permit

​Northamptonshire County Council operates a number of permit schemes across the county which only allow vehicles displaying the relevant parking permits to park in a designated bay/zone.

Changes to visitor permits

​Please be reminded that with effect from Monday 19 October your current visitor permit (green or yellow in colour) will no longer be valid. If seen displayed on any vehicle then a Penalty Charge Notice will be issued.

How to apply

​Please read the following terms and conditions to ensure you qualify before you apply:

Apply and pay for a new permit or to renew a permit online. Payment will be taken via debit or credit card.

Apply online

Alternatively, download and complete the appropriate application form below:

Completed applications together with any proofing documents (photocopies acceptable) can be emailed to permits@northamptonshire.gov.uk or posted to:

Northamptonshire County Council
Parking Permits (4th floor), Riverside House
Riverside Way
Northampton
NN1 5NX

Permits will be posted via 2nd class mail. Refunds will not be issued as the initial costs are administrative fees for the issue of the permit.

Please make sure you include the appropriate remittance and relevant documents (photocopies accepted). If you are emailing the application form etc, you will need to post the required fee and your application will NOT be process until this has been received. We can no longer take payment over the telephone.

For postal applications, we can accept payment by cheques and postal orders only which should be made payable to: NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. To pay using a debit or credit card, please apply using the online form.

Northamptonshire County Council will not be held liable for any lost, damaged, returned or undelivered mail items.

Further information

Changes to parking permits came into force on 18 September 2015. View the parking permit policy.

Northamptonshire County Council operates a number of permit schemes across the county which only allow vehicles displaying the relevant parking permits to park in a designated bay/zone.

To find out whether there is a scheme in your area please see the table below.

ZoneAreaHours of operation
​Zone A​Billing​Monday to Saturday 24 hours
​Zone C​Victoria Gardens​Monday to sunday 24 hours
​Zone D​Alcombe Road​Monday to Saturday 8am to 10pm
​Zone E​The Mounts​Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm
​Zone F​St James​Monday to Sunday 24 hours
​Zone G​Spring Boroughs​Monday to Sunday 24 hours
​Zone AWellingborough​Monday to Friday 9am to 12pm
​Stoke Bruerne​Monday to Sunday 24 hours
​Zone A​The Croft, Brackley​Monday to Sunday 24 hours
​D1​Daventry, Market Square​Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm
​Oundle​Monday to Saturday 6am to 6pm

​This authority is required by law to protect the public funds it administers. It may share information provided to it with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds, in order to prevent and detect fraud.

Further information can be found on the Government website.

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