Where you can park with a resident permit

Our diesel surcharge scheme has now been rolled out to all zones across the City. The scheme, which applies a 50 per cent surcharge on pre-2015 diesel vehicles paying to park and which has been in operation in F zone since June 2017, is part of the council’s ongoing work to improve air quality in Westminster.


Resident parking zones

New permit charges apply from Tuesday 1 October 2019.

There are 8 different resident parking zones in Westminster (A to H). Your permit will display the resident parking zone in which you are entitled to park.

Search for your parking zone
Map of parking zones
Resident parking zone A map
Resident parking zone B map
Resident parking zone C map
Resident parking zone D and H map
Resident parking zone E map
Resident parking zone F map
Resident parking zone G map
Apply for a resident permit online

Your permit must be valid and clearly displayed on the windscreen at all times. Your vehicle must be legally parked at all times.

Where you can park

You can park in the following bays within your zone:

Bay type Conditions
Resident bay Resident permit holders only (including motorcycles)
Shared use Resident permit holders and visitors who have paid to park (including motorcycles)
Paid-for bays Resident permit holders can park in these bays within their permit zone before 9.30am and after 5.30pm without further charge.

Resident permit holders can park in resident bays on certain boundary streets in neighbouring boroughs.

Find out more about where to park your motorcycle.

Where you can't park

You can't park in suspended bays. If you park in a resident bay that has been suspended you may receive a parking ticket (PCN) and your vehicle may be relocated. 

A City of Westminster on-street resident permit is not valid for use within private housing estates or City West Homes managed council estates.

Last updated: 28 August 2019