We have a range of parking permits available in Northumberland. Check to see if any would be beneficial to you & find out how to apply.
Free parking has been introduced in a
number of towns and villages.
Find out more here.
Countywide Parking Permit
Due to the introduction of free parking for most
Northumberland towns on 1 April, the Countywide Permit is no longer
If you have a permit which expires after April 2014, you
have two options.
1. Apply for a refund
We will refund any full months unused that remain on the permit
after 1 April. For example, if your permit is due to expire
on 5 October 2014, you will get a refund for six months, if
however, it is due to expire on 31 October, you will
receive seven months refund.
Apply for you Countywide parking
permit refund here
You will need to have your permit number and expiry date
2. Retain your permit
If you regularly park where parking charges are being retained
eg Berwick Railway Station, you may choose to keep your permit
until it expires as it will remain valid in these
Please note: we have introduced a Pay and
Display Permit which will be valid in those parking places where
charges still apply. See below for more information.
Northumberland Pay and Display Parking Permit
This permit will be valid in those car parks that have retained
parking charges: Berwick Railway Station,
Corbridge, Craster, Holy
Island, Newton by the Sea and
Northumberland Shoppers Permit
This permit is no longer available. Existing permits will no
longer be valid after 31 March 2014.
There was a £15 charge for each permit issued to cover the cost
of administration and this charge is non-refundable.
Community worker permit
This permit is available to individuals who work for
organisations that provide emergency/urgent health or social care
to patients in the community, and who are required to undertake
The permit costs £15 and is valid for two years – terms and
Residents Parking Permit
In some areas of Northumberland, residents can apply for a
permit which allows them to park during restricted times. The
scheme aims to protect residents who live adjacent or close to town
centres from external parking pressures.
Weekly Tourist Permit
A weekly permit is available and valid for seven consecutive
days. The cost of the weekly tourist permit is £16.
HGV Annual Permit
There is an annual permit available for Heavy Goods Vehicles
parking within the Wentworth Car Park in Hexham.
To apply for a permit you will need to download and complete the
HGV annual application form here and return it to Parking
Services or take it to a Customer Information Centre.