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Resident parking in neighbouring boroughs

Information on where you can park in neighbouring boroughs

New permits issued will be ‘virtual’ rather than paper-based from 1 April 2023.

If you have a resident parking permit for Westminster, Camden, Kensington and Chelsea, or Brent, you can park in resident bays in the boundary streets listed below, where reciprocal agreements apply. 

You can also park free in paid-for bays in these boundary streets without further charge, during the first and last hour of controls.

Camden boundary streets

  • Boundary Road NW8
  • Greville Place
  • Norfolk Road NW8
  • Queens Grove NW8
  • St Edmunds Terrace (between Avenue Road and Ormonde Terrace)
  • St Johns Wood Park NW8
  • Woronzow Road NW8

Kensington and Chelsea boundary streets

  • Bourne Street SW1
  • Chepstow Place W2
  • Chesham Street SW1
  • Chesham Place SW1 (part) from Chesham Street to junction with Pont Street
  • Cheval Place SW7 (part) between Rutland Street and Montpelier Street Cliveden Place SW1
  • Eaton Place SW1 (part) north from West Eaton Place
  • Eaton Terrace SW1 (part) from West Eaton Place to junction with Cliveden Place/Eaton Gate
  • Ennismore Garden Mews SW7 (part) from Princes Gate to Rutland Gate
  • Ennismore Street SW7
  • Holbien Place SW1
  • Ledbury Road W11
  • Lowndes Street SW1
  • Lowndes Square SW1 (part) east side from Lowndes Street to William Street
  • Montpelier Street SW7 (part) from Cheval Place to Brompton Road
  • Moscow Road W2 (part) from Pembridge Square to Hereford Road
  • Ossington Street W2
  • Pembridge Square W2 (part) on east side of square only
  • Princes' Gate Mews SW7 (part) north arm from Exhibition Road
  • Rutland Street SW7 (part) from Ennismore Garden Mews to junction with Cheval Place
  • St Lukes Road W11
  • Westbourne Grove W11 (part) from junction with Ledbury Road to Chepstow Road / Chepstow Place
  • West Eaton Place SW1
  • Whittaker Street SW1
  • William Street SW1 

There is no reciprocal agreement on Queen's Gate.

Brent boundary streets

  • Kilburn Lane (between Banister Road & Herries Street)
  • Oxford Road 


Should you receive a PCN on a reciprocal street where your permit should allow you to park, please challenge your PCN with the relevant borough, including proof that you held a valid resident permit at that time. How to submit a challenge will be indicated on the PCN itself.


Published: 14 December 2020

Last updated: 30 April 2024