How a landlord can apply for parking permits for an HMO.

Important changes to on-street parking

On 1 April, all on-street parking, including parking charges and enforcement of parking restrictions, together with residents’ on-street parking areas, will transfer from us to Hampshire County Council

For details, see our Important parking and traffic management changes page.

We only issue parking permits and visitor vouchers for houses in multiple occupancy (HMOs) to the landlord or the agency managing the property.

The landlord or agent is responsible for applying for and distributing the permits. 

How many HMO permits we'll issue

The number of annual permits available to HMOs is based on other properties in the permit zone.   

Number of off-street parking spaces  Number of annual permits available 

2 or more 

How to apply

You will need to upload proof that you are the landlord for the address. Proof of this can be any of the following: 

  • Up-to-date council tax bill 
  • Solicitor letter / property deeds confirming the property ownership 

We will review your supporting documents and if they meet our criteria, we will send you an offer email. You will need to pay for the permit within 14 days.

Cost of permits 

  • £50 for first permit and if available, £75 for a second permit 
  • You can buy 17 visitor vouchers a year. One visitor voucher costs £15 and contains 12 parking sessions, which are valid for 12 months.

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