Anyone wishing to apply for a Resident or Business Parking Zone Permit can do so by using the online forms provided.
You can use our interactive Parking Map to find out which parking zone your property/business is located.
Due to the fire in Garnethill we appreciate that some residents may have been displaced from where they usually park. To assist with this, your resident permit will be valid in Glasgow City Centre, Park, Woodlands and Woodside.
Resident Parking Permits are available in the areas listed in the table below. You can submit an application using the online form. Please find out more about Residents Parking Permits in our Guidance Notes [156kb].
Business Parking Permits are available in the following areas, you can submit an application using the online form.
Visitor's vouchers must be purchased by residents living in the relevant permit zone area. If you are in receipt of a Resident's Parking Permit, you can apply for Vouchers via our online form. If you are not in receipt of a Resident's Parking Permit please attach proof of residency (a copy of your current Council Tax Bill or a household Utility Bill) when making your application. There is a minimum purchase of 1 book of visitor's vouchers
Please note those wishing to purchase visitor parking scratchcards can do so by visiting the following shops located within the Garnethill area.
If you change your vehicle, or vehicle registration mark, you should email email@example.com with details of your old and new vehicle, together with supporting documentation confirming the change.
In the event that you no longer have the vehicle, you should notify the Council immediately by emailing the details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any refund due will be calculated for the unused calendar months.
You can also phone us for advice on 0141 287 4040.
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