All permits, Camden Account and tariffs
Camden Account, permit applications and renewals
We recommend permit holders update their email settings to make sure that emails sent from Camden are marked as safe so as not to be misdirected to their spam/junk mail. It is the permit holder’s responsibility to ensure any notifications sent by Camden with regards to management of their parking permit account are read and any actions required taken.
Permit holders should ensure their account is up to date, that all the information provided is correct, and to renew any permit on time.
You are allowed to have up to three vehicles on your resident permit, however you can only park one of them on-street at any one time during controlled hours. Therefore, you need to activate the vehicle you want to park. If you wish to change this, you will need to go into the system and change your active vehicle to a different one.
Permit holders should ensure that if they have purchased a permit with a 'future' start date, that the Vehicle Registration Mark associated to this permit is correct prior to the permit's go live date. This is particularly important if there has been a change of vehicle on a prior permit.
We will carry out checks and you may be required to submit further supporting evidence at any time. If an application is found to have been made when not meeting the terms and conditions, the permit will be cancelled without a refund.
When applying, renewing or maintaining your permit account, you confirm that you understand and accept the current terms and conditions. Failure to follow these may result in parking enforcement action and the cancellation of your permit without refund. We reserve the right to amend the terms and conditions at any time.
Outstanding Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs)
If a vehicle on your account has three or more outstanding PCNs where the statutory appeal process has ended, the permit will be cancelled and you will not be able to renew it. The outstanding charges will need to be settled or you will need to satisfy us that you are not liable for the outstanding charges.
Permit tariffs and refunds
See our current fees and charges
Resident and business permit charges are based on the vehicle engine size or CO2 emissions. There is a surcharge for diesel powered vehicles, whether you are renewing, adding or changing a diesel vehicle. If more than one vehicle is registered on a permit account, the basic charge is determined by the vehicle with the highest tariff.
You may be entitled to a refund where a permit is no longer required or where there is a change to a lower tariff vehicle. You will need to cancel or make the change on your permit account. Refunds are calculated from this date at a rate equivalent to the number of full months remaining before the expiry of the permit. Charges for 2nd and 3rd vehicles and the diesel surcharge are non-refundable.
Visitor permits and parking permissions are non-refundable.
Refunds are not due where a permit has been cancelled under the terms and conditions.