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Apply for a season ticket or waiver or amend your current ticket

Details of our car park season tickets, waiver applications and how to apply

Season Tickets

What is a season ticket?

Season tickets allow you to park without paying at the time. If you're a regular user of our car parks you may save money by buying a season ticket. You can buy a season ticket for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months.

If you choose to buy a season ticket you will get a physical permit that must be clearly displayed in the vehicle to be valid.

Cost of season tickets

TypeCost from 1st April 2021Car parks
A£120 every 3 monthsAll High Peak Borough Council car parks apart from Spring Gardens Centre car park, Buxton and the Municipal Buildings car park, Glossop.
B£90 every 3 monthsTorr Top car park, New Mills.
C£60 every 3 monthsBernard Street and Edward Street car parks, Glossop.

Remember, all other parking regulations need to be followed. You cannot use your season ticket on our car parks when they are closed/if overnight parking is not allowed - please check the local signage before you leave your vehicle.

If changing a registration number on a Season Ticket please note that there is a £10 charge and the previous Season Ticket needs to be returned before the replacement can be issued.

Businesses in all areas qualify for a 15% discount on all season tickets.

Other season tickets

You can purchase a season ticket valid for use exclusively on the upper deck of the Pavilion Gardens car park, Buxton.  This is valid only Monday to Friday during term-time (September to June) only, the price below is for that full period.

Cost as of April 2021
Derby University (Buxton Campus) staff and students  £160

Other car park users £185

How to apply

Complete one of the forms below for a new application or to renew your season ticket


What is a waiver?

A waiver allows vehicles to park in places where permission is required.

How will I be assessed?

Each application is assessed on several criteria including:

  • what work is being undertaken
  • whether tools can be unloaded and the vehicle then moved
  • what parking restrictions are in place
  • whether the granting of a waiver would cause difficulties for other road or footpath users

Please note: at least 28 working days notice is required

How to apply