Parking Permits for 2019/2020
Obtaining Your Parking Permits valid until 30 June 2020
All Parking Permits expire on 30 June 2019. New Parking Permits will be issued from Saturday 8th June 2019. Each residence is entitled to a Resident’s Parking Permit for each vehicle that is owned by a person living in Aberdeen Park and to three Visitor’s Permits.
To obtain new Parking Permits, please bring proof of residence such as a Council Tax bill, recent utility bill or tenancy agreement and the Vehicle Registration document to the APMC Administrator at Highbury Centre, 20-26 Aberdeen Park, London N5. Parking Permits will only be issued to those who have paid their APMC Road Levy. Alternatively you may email documents to email@example.com and collect permits from Saturday 23rd June. We will no longer issue Resident Parking Permits for Foreign Registered vehicles since the DVLA rules that such vehicles may only remain in the UK for a maximum of 6 months.
The opening times at for Parking Permit renewal are as follows:
Saturdays 10.30am to 12.30 pm
Sundays 10.30am to 12.30pm
Tuesdays 6.00pm to 8.00pm
Thursdays 10.30am to 12.30pm
Permits can be obtained at these times from Saturday 8th June until Thursday 4th July . From Tuesday 9th July the office at the Highbury Centre will be open only on Tuesdays from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
Vehicles that do not clearly display a Resident’s or Visitor’s Parking Permit in the front windscreen are at risk of their vehicles being receiving a Parking Ticket from UK Parking Control at any time 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The current charge for a Parking Ticket is £100, reduced to £60 if paid within 14 days. The new permits are valid from the date of issue, so please replace the old permits with new permits as soon as you receive them. Permits are not required for motor bikes or scooters.
Please remember Visitor Permits are only to be used by people actually visiting your home not for friends or family to park their vehicles and go elsewhere.
There is always an increase in the number of cars parking using visitor’s permits when Arsenal play at home and this is particularly noticeable at the entrance to Aberdeen Park nearest to Highbury Grove (and the Arsenal stadium). You should not sell or loan your visitor’s permit for non-residents to use to park simply to attend an Arsenal match. A consistent misuse of permits in this way may result in the permits being cancelled. Please remember that visitors should park close to the property they are visiting.
One day permits are no longer available. If you have a party or reception of some kind at your house please contact Ian Mylam on 07771 604338 or firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for the Parking patrol and ticketing to be suspended on that particular day. If Ian does not respond, it will be because he is away, in which case please contact email@example.com or one of the other Directors of APMC. Please give as much notice as possible for this to be arranged.