If you are carrying out building, construction or maintenance work in Islington, buy a permission to park so that you can park near where you are working.
How it works
Permission to park is an electronic permit linked to your number plate that gives you all-day parking in:
- resident bays and resident shared-use bays
- business bays,
- short stay paid-for bays (such as 'Pay by Phone' or RingGo).
How to get a permission to park
- the works vehicle registration
- address the vehicle will be parked at or near
- address of the person buying the permit, whether that's you or someone doing it for you. We need this for fraud prevention.
To buy a permission to park, visit the RingGo website where you can register an account and buy a permit for a day, a week or a month.
Please note permission to park is non-refundable.
From January 2023, permission to park can be purchased at the following rates.
|Type||Length of stay||Cost|
|Permission to park||Daily||£29.50|
|Permission to park||Weekly||£117.50|
|Permission to park||Monthly||£457
|Permission to park: diesel surcharge||Daily||£9.50
|Permission to park: diesel surcharge||Weekly||£42.50
|Permission to park: diesel surcharge||Monthly||£167
|Permission to park: petrol surcharge||Daily||£5
|Permission to park: petrol surcharge||Weekly||£25.50
|Permission to park: petrol surcharge||Monthly||£99
From April 2022, in line with the council’s net zero carbon aims, diesel, petrol and petrol hybrid vehicles will be subject to a surcharge on top of the standard tariff.
Suspend a parking bay
Parking suspensions will temporarily change the parking restrictions at the chosen location. This means that only permitted vehicles will be allowed to park or work within the chosen location
Loading and unloading
When and where you can park to load and unload a vehicle on a public road in Islington
Parking to move home
For most domestic removals you can park near your Islington home for free