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Apply for a Parking Zone Permit

The way you apply to purchase/renew Resident and Business permits has changed, you now have full control over your permit and can manage it all online.

You can use our Interactive Parking Map to find out which parking zone your property/business is located.

New Applications

To use this new process you will need to register with RingGo.

You will also need to supply supporting documentation about you, the resident/business/organisation, and about your vehicle. Full details of what you require can be found in our Resident Parking Permit Terms and Conditions / Business Parking Permit Terms and Conditions.

Renewals

To renew any 'live' Resident or Business Permit which was purchased prior to 12 December 2023, you are required to submit a new application using the RingGo app.

To use this new process you will need to register with RingGo and as this will be your first application for a Resident or Business Permit through this new process, you will be required to supply supporting documentation about you, the resident/business/organisation, and about your vehicle. Full details of what you require can be found in our Resident Parking Permit Terms and Conditions Business Parking Permit Terms and Conditions.

Please also make sure that you have the expiry date of your permit so that you can select the appropriate renewal date when making the purchase.

Residents Visitor Vouchers 

These are currently not available on the new permit system. Please apply for these through our online form.

Resident Parking Permit Qualifying dates

To qualify for a resident parking permit your property must have been built or developed for residential purposes before the qualifying date.

Find out if you qualify for a resident parking permit.

Resident Parking Permit Fees

You can find out the fees for each parking zone on our website.

Event Day Parking Permit (Hampden and Scotstoun)

Anyone wishing to apply fot an Event Day Parking Permit can do so by using the forms below:

Live Chat

Glasgow City Council's Live chat is available during office hours for you to direct parking enquiries to live chat agents. Live Chat has been designed to help you navigate our website and to answer general queries. If your enquiry is more complex, you may be asked to contact us via our digital services or by telephone or email. When you access or use our live chat software, we will only ask you to provide the minimum amount of personal information necessary to assist you. At the end of your chat, you will be asked to complete a short survey about your experience. We will use this feedback to help improve and develop our live chat service. You can find out more about how we use the data you provide during live chat in our privacy statement

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