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Resident concessionary parking scheme

Information about our concessionary parking scheme for High Peak residents.

What is a residents' concessionary parking permit?

These special parking permits allow each household to park one vehicle free of charge at any council car park 8am-12pm and 3pm-6pm every day, Monday to Saturday and all day on Sundays.

One residents' pass is issued to each household with the council tax bills every two years and to any new residents that move to the area in the interim period. A period of three months is given for residents to claim a permit free of charge if it was not included with the Council Tax bill, once this time has elapsed a charge of £10 is required to cover the printing, postage and administration of the scheme.

The new permits are valid from 1st April 2024 - 31st March 2026.

What happens if I lose my parking permit?

You will need to contact us for a replacement. If a replacement is agreed there will be a £10 charge.

You are strongly advised to look after your residents pass as a replacement will not normally be issued unless there are exceptional circumstances.

It may take up to 10 days for us to respond and process your application.

Additional resident parking schemes

For some Glossop residents, there is also a concessionary resident parking permit available for our Edward Street car park. This is available to house numbers 12 to 64, Edward Street and 44 Arundel Street - 2 per household on request (you must be living in the property)

Derbyshire County Council - Residents On Street Parking Permit

This scheme offers residents in Buxton and Hope Valley, parking permits for streets included in the 'Controlled Parking Zone' [43KB] .

To apply for a this please email or you can write to Derbyshire County Council at:

FAO Residents Parking
Derbyshire County Council
County Hall