To apply for a non resident permit please call us.

  • A permit means that the vehicle to which it relates can be parked in any vacant on-street residents parking bay or shared use parking bay within that named roads. It does not guarantee a space and does not allocate a specific space.
  • A permit will only be issued if the issuing authority considers that there is likely to be unused parking places within that zone.
  • It is possible for more than one vehicle to be included on the permit on an either/or basis but the permit must always be displayed on the vehicle parked.
  • Supplying incorrect information or failing to comply with the undertakings in the relevant section may lead to the Council withholding the issue of a permit or cancelling an existing permit.
  • If a non-resident's permit is no longer required, it should be surrendered to the issuing office without delay.
  • On no account should a permit be passed to any other person.
  • Loss or theft of your permit should be reported to Chichester District Council without delay. You should then apply in writing to the issuing office for a replacement.
  • Damaged or defaced permits should be returned to the issuing office with an application for a replacement.
  • Any permit not recovered will automatically become void and will attract a penalty charge notice if used.
  • As priority is given to those living in the area, please be aware that whilst we can currently issue Non-Resident Permits, should demand for Resident Permits increase, we may write to you and ask you to return the permit to us.


Non resident permit charges
Residents' parking zoneChargesOperational Times

G - Kingsham Road

F- Ettrick Road

F- Cambrai Avenue

H - St Pancras

M - Canal Place

M - Kings Avenue

O - Pound Farm Road

Annual:     £260

08:30 - 18:00

H2 - Shamrock Close 

H2 - Lennox Road

H2 - Melbourne Road

 N -  Little Breach

Annual:      £156 

10:00 - 11:00

14:00 - 15:00