To support local communities, key workers and volunteers during the Coronavirus outbreak, all Council car parks and on-street parking will be free to use until further notice. Where possible, we urge residents to make full use of their local car parks during this emergency, so local roads can be kept as clear as possible. Please note some car parks are closed overnight, so may not be suitable for all to use. Restrictions on disabled parking bays will remain in force.
Parking permits and suspensions
Virtual Permits for on-street parking
Virtual permits will be available for all types of on-street parking, except:
- blue badge holders
- pay and display
Vehicles will no longer have to display a permit in a permit area in Buckinghamshire. Officers will know instantly if a vehicle has an active permit via their handheld devices.
What do you need to do?
Register for a free online account in order to apply.
Helpline: 03432 085 544 option 3
Current permit holders will receive a letter giving details of the changes before their permits are due to expire. The Virtual Permit will be phased over the coming year. Current paper permits will remain valid until they expire.
Residents and visitors parking permits
- T&C's for on-street parking and visitor permits
Business parking permits
- Terms and conditions for Business parking permits
Country Parks parking permits
For information on parking permits for our country parks, please see our Country Parks website.
Suspensions and dispensations
There is a charge for this service:
- £15 daily
- £75 per week
- £300 per month
- All per 6m length
For Pay and Display bays, there is an additional charge of £5 per day, per 6m length.
If resident bays are to be suspended for more than 7 days in a row, we expect other arrangements to be made. Suspension will be refused if there are no alternative arrangements made for residents.
Application and payment must be done 21 days prior to the start, as the signage need to be in place 14 days before it starts.
For assistance contact.