Parking Permits - Apply Here
Review of existing Resident Permit Parking Only Schemes
Read this policy (PDF, 288KB) to find out how to amend an existing Resident Permit Parking Only Scheme.
Change of vehicle details
If you need to change your vehicle details on your parking permit please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0845 230 8855 NOTE Call Charges Apply Click here to find out more option 3.
For RingGo permits please log in to your RingGo account to amend your details.
Car Share permit application
Resident and visitor permits cost £25 per permit per year. Temporary resident permits are available at a cost of £5 per month per application.
Residents of Central Milton Keynes and Loughton are required to purchase either a resident or visitor permit to be eligible for the free scratch cards.
To apply for a bay suspension please complete the application using the link below.
Please note if applying for a Part Time Employee Permit, the permit will cover two parking sessions. AM session covers 07:00am to 14:00pm, PM session covers 11:00am to 18:00pm.
The EasiPermit virtual parking permits are the easiest and quickest way for you to apply for your parking permits you can apply online today.
EasiPermits are virtual (i.e. not a paper permit) you will not receive a paper permit in the post to display in your window. You will only receive a paper permit if you have two vehicles on your application. Our Civil Enforcement Officers will check your registration number against the EasiPermit database to confirm you have a valid parking permit. You will be advised of the application reference number by email. For further information please call 0845 230 8855 NOTE Call Charges Apply Click here to find out more option 3.
- EasiPermit - apply here for online parking applications for permits
Payments for permits
In order to process card payments Milton Keynes Council will need to contact the cardholder at the time of processing to complete the card transaction; this is so we comply with all legislation and for your personal protection.It is your responsibility to renew your permit. Applications for renewals should be made at least 14 days prior to the expiry of your permit to allow the application to be processed.
Green (Electric Vehicle / Low Emissions) Parking Permits
To qualify for a free permit, the vehicle must be classified as a ULEV in line with the criteria set by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles. (PDF, 140KB) The criteria is that vehicles must be either wholly electric or plug in hybrids with a range of at least 15 miles on pure electric. A list of current vehicles which qualify is set out in the attached PDF document.
Please note vehicles with emissions 0f 76g/km but below 100g/km you will need to purchase the Green Permit at a cost of £315 per annum.
Unlike most other permits available, you do not need to either work or live in Central Milton Keynes, as long as your vehicle meets the emissions criteria.
Apply online for Low Emission Green Parking Permit.
Find out about our Electric Vehicle Charge Points including a map of the locations around the Borough.
Cashless parking with RingGo
For more information regarding the RingGo Resident Visitor Permit read this leaflet (PDF, 380KB).
Carers Parking Permits
Please note a Carers Parking Permit is only available to a person who is employed either by a public service body or an officially registered company employing carers who are required to make house calls as a part of their normal duty (One permit per employee).
Please provide written confirmation of employment from a public service body or officially registered company for your initial permit and any renewals.
A Carers Parking Permit can be used in any council owned residents parking places, signed as such. A valid permit will entitle you to park without displaying a Residents Parking Permit. Paper Permits must be displayed clearly in the windscreen of your vehicle.
The permit is only valid when the carer is making a house call to a resident in accordance with that specified above. The parking period must not be any longer than the duration of the house call.
Last Updated: 4 October 2018