Resident Parking Permits
On-street resident parking permit scheme
Please note: personal data will be collected in order to facilitate the Resident Permit scheme. Data will be collected in accordance with our Privacy Notice.
West Berkshire Council operates on-street permit parking inwhere parking is in high demand. The scheme enables residents to purchase parking permits which allow them to park in sections set aside for permit holders.
We use a virtual permit system, provided by the MiPermit portal.
In order to register an account at a property within the scheme, you will need the property's unique Council Tax Property reference number, which you can find on your Council Tax bill.
If you live in, or are about to move to, a property that falls within the scheme, please apply for a virtual permit on the MiPermit website or call 0345 520 7007.
Residents permits have an annual fee of £30, except in Hungerford High Street and Park Terrace, Newbury, where the fee is £70.
Residential parking guidelines
Our guidelines for residential parking state that:
- converted or newly built properties are not eligible to be part of the scheme
- a maximum of two parking permits per household can be issued where no off-street parking is available
- it is the resident's responsibility to renew their parking permit - a text or email reminder will be sent automatically by the virtual system before your existing permit expires
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Visitor Parking Permits
Please note: visitor parking permits are not available to residents of Hungerford High Street or Park Terrace, Newbury.
To enable guests and visitors to park during restricted periods, you may purchase visitor parking permits. These are available in bundles containing five individual permits. Each bundle of five costs £5.
Visitor parking permits are also done virtually, and you can apply online on the MiPermit website or by calling 0345 520 7007 .
Special Parking Permits
These permits are available to NON-DRIVERS only, who are registered disabled. There is a fee of £30.00 per annum. This permit enables the resident to maintain an independent lifestyle, allowing for assistance visits from family, friends and carer and can be purchased by completing the