Worcestershire County Council have introduced residents parking schemes in a number of on-street locations. Permits are issued by Worcester City Council. Criteria for the scheme, including rules are set by Worcestershire County Council.

Zone

For the residents of

To park in

Number of permits per household

Price of permits

T

Spring Lane

Spring Hill

Hill Street


 

Any marked bay on Tallow Hill Car Park

1 permit

£30 per permit

P

Severn Terrace

*Permits are only available for house numbers 1 - 27 Severn Terrace

(odd numbers only)

Any marked bay on the Pitchcroft Car Park

2 permits

£30 per permit

B

The Moors

Moor Street

Back Lane South

Albany Terrace

Britannia Square

Braymoor Road

Britannia Road  - from it’s junction with Moor Street to it’s junction with Britannia Square

In marked residents bays in Britannia Square, Back Lane South, Albany Terrace, Back Lane North

No limit

£30 per permit

E

College Precincts

Edgar Street

King Street

Castle Place

Severn Street

In marked residents and pay & display bays in Severn Street and Edgar Street

3 permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

C

York Place

Windmill Close

22, 24, & 24a Albany Terrace

In the roads of York Place and Windmill Close

3 Permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

St George's Square

St Georges Square

St Georges Lane North (numbers 1 – 35)

Barbourne Road (numbers 32 – 48 on east side only)

In marked residents bays in St George's Square, St George's Lane North & Barbourne Road

3 Permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

Sabrina Terrace

Sabrina Terrace

Thorneloe Road – ONLY in relation to the property currently known as Inchmery

Stephenson Road
(Numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 &13)

In marked residents bays in Sabrina Terrace.

3 Permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

Hebb Street

Ashcroft Road, Brewery Walk, Leicester Street and Hebb Street

In the roads of Ashcroft Road, Brewery Walk, Leicester Street and Hebb Street

3 Permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

Henwick Road Henwick Road In marked bays in Henwick Road. 3 Permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

Barbourne Terrace Barbourne Terrace In marked bays in Barbourne Terrace 3 Permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

White Ladies Close White Ladies Close (1 to 19)
Cumberland Street (1 to 30)
Lansdowne Street (19 to 49)
In the roads of White Ladies Close, Cumberland Street and Lansdowne Street. 3 Permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

Duplicate(lost) £5

Lansdowne Road

Lansdowne Road (81 to 95)

Till Street (1 and 1a)

Lansdowne Road 3 Permits

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

Duplicate(lost) £5

Stephenson Terrace Stephenson Terrace numbers 1-11 The road in Stephenson Terrace 3 Permits First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00
St Stephen's Ward/Arboretum
  • Arboretum Road
  • Barry Street
  • Chestnut Street
  • Chestnut Walk including Camden Place
  • East Street
  • Flag Meadow Walk
  • Lansdowne Road (odd numbers 1 to 49, even numbers 2 to 28 and Lansdowne Court only)
  • Lansdowne Street (numbers 2 to 18 and numbers 15 to 62 only)
  • Lansdowne Terrace
  • Little Chestnut Street
  • Little Southfield Street
  • Lowell Street
  • Lower Chestnut Street
  • Middle Street
  • Northfield Street
  • Sansome Walk (numbers 31 to 52 only)
  • Shrubbery Avenue
  • Shrubbery Road
  • Southfield Street
  • St George’s Lane North (even numbers 22 to 50 and odd numbers 59 to 105 only)
  • Tennis Walk
  • Washington Street
  • Westbury Street
  • White Ladies Walk
  • Wood Terrace
  • Wolverton Road
In the marked bays in the streets mentioned in the Zone.

3 Permits 

HMO/ Shared Property maximum of 3 Permits per property

First: £30.00 Second: £40.00 Third: £60.00

HMO/ Shared Property: £30.00 each.

  • Permits are only available to residents.
  • Proof of residency must be provided. (e.g. Council tax bill, utility bill, rent book )
  • Proof of vehicle ownership must be provided on application (i.e. vehicle registration document)
  • Only 1 Permit per vehicle.
  • Permits do not allow the permit holder to reserve a space.
  • Permits should be surrendered when the residency has ceased.
  • Permits expire annually, and it is the permit holder's responsibility to renew.
  • If a valid permit is not obtained a Penalty Charge Notice may be issued.
  • A HMO is considered to be a single household and the tenants will be entitled to the maximum amount of permits for that scheme, for example in Arboretum scheme this is 3 permits.

Virtual Resident and Visitor Permits

Worcester City Council no longer issue physical Resident Parking Permits or Visitor Scratch Cards for residential parking schemes. Instead, like many other authorities and providers we have moved to a 'Virtual' system. This means once you have applied for and made your payment you will no longer receive a pass to put in the windscreen of your car.

Instead you will apply via the 'MiPermit' system that will process your application take your payment and create your own unique account in which you can manage which car you are using on the day, change vehicles or extend the period of operation for instance. The Council remains responsible for administration and processing of parking permit applications including decisions.

There have been some minor changes to the terms and conditions; the only difference is that you will not have anything to place in your car. The patrolling Civil Enforcement Officers have instant access to the data base that shows all current permits in operation and they simply tap in your registration number on their hand held device to check you have a valid Residents Permit or Visitors Permit.

The Mi Permit system is not linked to any other Council accounts and therefore you will need to register for a new account unless you have used Mi Permit previously.

About your Virtual Permit

To initially register for your digital Residents Permit or Visitors Permit, you will need your reference number; which is your Council Tax account number. Once this information is confirmed, you will need to provide an email address and/or mobile phone number.

Your Council Tax account number can be found on your Council Tax statement. If you are unable to locate your Council Tax statement, you can request a copy of this from the local authority.

Once you’re logged in; enter the registration number of the vehicle, the date you wish your permit to start and the on-screen form. You will be able to use your new permits straight away.

Residential permits will not automatically be renewed once expired.

Before applying for a parking permit please read the notes for applicants of parking permits.

Apply for a Virtual Resident and Visitor Permits

About your Virtual Visitor Parking Sessions

You will need to  be registered to purchase visitor parking sessions.

Sessions are priced at £5 for 40, 6 hour sessions.

To initially register for your digital Residents Permit or Visitors Permit, you will need your reference number; which is your Council Tax account number. Once this information is confirmed, you will need to provide an email address and/or mobile phone number.

Your Council Tax account number can be found on your Council Tax statement. If you are unable to locate your Council Tax statement, you can request a copy of this from the local authority.

Once you’re logged in follow the links to purchase a block of 40, 6 hour sessions. You will be able to use your visitor parking sessions straight away.

Visitor parking sessions can be used to provide parking for residents, contractors carrying out work or where there is a requirement for a vehicle to park whilst attending your property.

Carer and NHS parking requirements are covered under the Essential Attendance Permit policy.