If you live in a controlled parking zones (CPZ) or permit parking area (PPA), you may be eligible for a permit to park in these places.
You may also be eligible to apply for short-stay visitor parking permits to enable your visitors' or trades persons' vehicles to park in the zone or area.
You can check lists of roads within each parking zone or area.
Stanford-le-Hope parking permit area has 3 zones, called zone A, zone B and zone C. Parking is restricted in all 3 zones from Monday to Friday, between 10am and 4pm.
Where you can park
This permit allows you to park your vehicle in a permit holder's only bay within the residents' parking zone or area stated on the permit.
You can also park within a shared use parking bay. This is a bay where parking permit holders and motorists displaying a valid pay-and-display ticket can park.
Resident parking permits are issued for 1 year and the charges are:
|First resident parking permit in household||Free|
|Second resident parking permit in household||Free|
|Third resident parking permit in household||£68|
Apply for a resident parking permit
You can apply online for a resident parking permit below.
The application form will ask you to upload images that show:
- proof of residency – a recent (last 3 months) bank statement, utility bill, council tax bill or rent card
- proof of vehicle ownership – for UK vehicles this would be a copy of your V5 registration document
If you use a company vehicle you should upload an image of a letter, on company headed paper, that shows the vehicle registration number and your name and address as an employee. This letter would be instead of the proof of vehicle ownership, but you must still provide a separate proof of residency.
You can upload images direct from your own computer or smartphone. If you are applying from a self-service computer at our Civic Offices in New Road, Grays, you can upload images from our self-service scanner.
We normally process applications within 2 weeks of receipt.
Change of address
If you are moving to a new property you will not be able to apply for a resident parking permit until your vehicle registration document has been updated to show your new address.
While waiting for this to happen, you can apply for visitor parking permits using your solicitors' letter or tenancy agreement as proof of address. You can use a visitor parking permit to park your own vehicle.