Multi-zone permits for businesses now available in Greenwich – at a cost

A town hall has started an all zones permit system for businesses – making it theoretically easier to park anywhere in the borough.

It is available for companies that aren’t even based in the borough, but who nevertheless come to the area on a regular basis to trade.

But the privilege does not come cheap.

It will cost firms  £1,500 a year, compared to the single zone-specific permits that cost residents no more than £300 a year and considerably less than that if they have low emission vehicles.

The all-zones permit streamlines parking by replacing zone-specific permits for drivers who need to park frequently in different areas across the borough.

Holders can park in any controlled zone parking bay in the borough for a full year with this e-permit, eliminating the need for a physical display in their vehicle.

A council spokesman said: “Introducing all zone permits, offers visitors and businesses a more convenient and flexible parking solution.

“This new permit will be especially beneficial for those who frequently need to park across the borough, as it provides a cost-effective and hassle-free option for accessing parking in multiple zones.”

The all zones permit comes in two options.

The Single Vehicle Permit, which is seen as ideal for drivers with one vehicle, priced at £1,500 per year. The Multi-Vehicle Permit is for businesses or those with multiple vehicles, priced at £1,800 per year and valid for up to 10 vehicles (one active vehicle at a time, managed through an online account).

For more information regarding the permit,s which includes a map of controlled zone parking locations, go to

Pictured top: Greenwich town centre (Picture: Google Street View)

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