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Parking zone permit application and renewals

Parking zone permits

There are residents' parking zones in East Kilbride, The Village (East Kilbride), Hamilton and Rutherglen.

To park in these zones you need to display a permit; however it doesn't mean there will always be a space available.

Each parking zone area has different terms and conditions and different times that permits need to be displayed. Terms and conditions are attached to each parking zone permit application form. Please see the application forms for your area.

Parking permits are only issued to vehicles registered to an address within that zone.

How to apply

To apply for a parking zone permit please complete one of our parking zone permit application forms. Simply submit your name, contact details and the vehicle registration number(s) of vehicles registered at your address.

How much does it cost?

Permits are free of charge for all areas,  though for multiple permits it varies by zone. 

Lost or stolen permits

To replace a lost or stolen permit the cost is £10.

When will I get my permit?

You should receive permit(s) by post within five working days, if you are eligible.

How many permits can I apply for?

It depends on which zone you live in. The application form shows how many you can apply for and the costs.

If you have a question that hasn't been answered above please complete the Parking enquiry online form. 

Parking permit renewals

Parking permits need renewed every two years. We will contact you when your parking permit is due to be renewed to make sure your information is up-to-date and then post your replacement.

Parking unit

Phone: 0303 123 1006
Email: Parking unit

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Last updated 27 January, 2017