Inverness Parking Permits

Since the introduction of Decriminalised Parking at Highland Council in October, the demand for Inverness Parking Permits has increased dramatically.  This has seen the number of applications and permits issued increase from around 80 per month, to an average of 210 per month in October and November.  Residential, Visitors and Business Parking permits for specific, parking restricted streets in Inverness can be obtained using the online form available on the Highland Council website.    This form enables customers to apply anytime, anywhere, on any device and to upload scanned, photographed and electronic evidence to support their application.

While Highland Council is expanding our range of online services, we appreciate that for some customers, digital services may be challenging.  In order to support these customers, Inverness Service Point staff are able to provide help and assistance for customers to complete their permit application online, using the self-service computers situated in the service point.    Facilities are also available at local libraries to access online services.  And in the run up to Christmas, check the expiry date on your parking permit and apply in advance, to make sure you have a valid permit over Christmas.  For more information, or to apply for a parking permit, please go to www.highland.gov.uk/parking

16 Dec 2016
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