Changes to parking arrangements due to coronavirus
- Drivers do not need to display a resident or visitor permit or pay-and-display ticket to use parking bays in Croydon. We are suspending issuing all permits, including delaying the launch of phase two of the emissions-based permits.
- Safety restrictions including double yellow lines, disabled bays, parking on footways, blocking dropped kerbs, parking in bus stops and bus lanes, yellow box junctions, no right or left turn restrictions and one way streets will still be enforced.
- Please ensure vehicles are parked sensibly and considerately, within bay markings and do not block access for other road users and emergency services. Vehicles causing obstructions or safety issues will be issued with a PCN and possibly relocated.
Parking for health and social care workers
Health and social care workers can park for free in any council-run on street or off street bays. They should contact their employer who will be able to apply for dispensation on their behalf.
How to apply
You can apply for car park permits online for council operated car parks.
You can view a map of the council operated car parks.
Apply online for car park permits
Your permit must start at least 5 days in advance. We cannot change the start date once you submit your application.
For online renewals your application must be received at least 7 days before the expiry date of a current permit. Any renewal application for an expired permit will be treated as a new application and incur a £30 administration fee.
£30 administration charge in addition to the prices listed below.
Surface car parks yearly prices
Spices Yard, £920
Sanderstead Road (Vantage Point residents only), £290
Garnet Road, £420
Granville Gardens, £450
Factory Lane, £360 for renewals only : no new permits are available
Clifford Road, SE25, £300
Clifford Road, SE25 (Poets Court residents, evenings only), £60
Central Parade, New Addington, £500
Jubilee Bridge, £700
Purley multi-storey car park season tickets