Parking Permits - Apply Here
From 1 July NHS staff, volunteers and care workers can receive a 30% discount when they park in a standard purple space (signed as E1 for employee permit parking). Register here. This will take you to the registration screen for RingGo and then directly through to the E1 employee and key worker permit application once you have logged in or registered for the first time.
Apply and manage your parking permits online
Please allow 5 working days for your application to be processed.
All permits are virtual (i.e. not a paper permit) you will not receive a paper permit in the post to display in your window. For phone enquiries please call 01604 625608 Monday to Friday 9.00 - 17.00 hrs. If you have already created a permit account log in to your account to apply for a permit.
The Council offers a range of permits which are needed to park in a permit zone. Purchase of a parking permit does not guarantee the right to a parking space. Failure to purchase a valid permit when parked in a permit zone may result in the issue of a Penalty Charge Notice.
Please note that each applicant is required to create an individual account to apply for their permits. Once you have created an account and applied for your permit you will be sent a confirmation email that the application is being reviewed. Once it has been checked and everything is in order, you will be contacted and offered the permit. If you still wish to purchase the permit you will be advised to log in to your account to make payment.
Please note that if you have more than one vehicle on a permit you must log in to your account to select the vehicle you are parking.
Applying for a permit
Register here or log in to your permit account and read the Guidance Notes for permits before applying to learn more about what you need to apply for a permit. Current charges for permits (PDF, 122KB).
Our Civil Enforcement Officers will check your registration number against the database to confirm you have a valid parking permit. You will be advised of the application reference number by email.
Please note that we may ask you to provide address evidence or your V5 Logbook at a later date for fraud and audit purpose.
The following permits are available here at Milton Keynes Council.
- Resident and Visitor - Visitor permits are not paper permits and you will need to change the vehicle registration on your account when your visitors arrive. You can do this by logging in to your account, selecting your visitor permit and adding the registration details.
- Full Time Employee
- Part Time Employee - The permit will cover two sessions. AM session covers 07:00am to 14:00pm; PM session covers 11:00am to 18:00pm
- Car Share
- Ultra-Low Emission Green (under 75g/km) - free of charge
- Green Low Emission (between 76g/km and 100g/km)
- Hotel and Conference (daily)
- Suspension of parking bays - suspensions and dispensation
Change of vehicle details
If you have more than one vehicle on your permit or need to add a new vehicle please log in to your account to request the change.
RingGo Parking Permits
To change details on RingGo please log in to your RingGo account to amend your details.
For other enquires see their help centre.
For more information regarding the RingGo Resident Visitor Permit read this leaflet (PDF, 380KB).
To reset your RingGo password go to myringgo.com
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: 12 August 2020