Resident Permits for Southall residents
Remember to renew your Resident Permit on time to avoid receiving a Penalty Charge Notice, The old onlne facility that allowed residents to check the permit expiry date of any vehicle is no longer available.
Ealing Council no longer issues paper resident parking permits. They are now issued electronically, so you do not need display a paper copy in your vehicle.
Without a visible reminder, some residents can easily forget to renew their permit. This will result in a Penalty Charge Notice.
You will need to register for a permit account with Ealing Council to manage and check the status of your permit. For those who don't have an account, you can register for a new online account at Ealing Council website.
Make a note of the expiry date of your permit to ensure you renew on time.
Before parking permits are due to expire, Ealing Council sends out email reminders as a courtesy. Failure to receive courtesy email is NOT a valid reason to avoid penalty charges.
You should log on to your account to review and renew well in advance of expiry to avoid areceiving a penalty charge.
Impressed by the large number of blocks of flats being built in Southall?
Want to buy one?
They are not cheap.
Remember to buy a 3 bedroon flat.
Otherwise you will NOT be entitled to a cheap annual resident permit for your car/van. You will have to get rid of the car or pay a daily visitor parking charge £4.50 = over £1600 per year.