This permit will allow you to park on-street in the zone in which your property is located.

MiPermit Portal

If you are already a registered user you can access your existing account here.

Once registered you will be able to use this account to self-manage your residents permit/s and electronic visitor permits, including changing your vehicle registration number.

Who Can Apply?

You can apply for a residents parking permit or visitor parking permits if you live within a parking zone.  If you are moving to a new property you must be residing in that property before you can apply for a parking permit.

With effect from 14th August 2006, new developments and new builds within existing zones are not normally entitled to permits. This includes properties which may have been subject to a change in use e.g. from business use to residential use and/or where planning permission may have been required.

Prospective purchasers/tenants or residents/developers considering building alterations or new builds are strongly advised to contact Parking Services for advice regarding eligibility or implications for a Resident Parking Permit.

Please click here to see the current Policy for Allocation of Parking Permits in Controlled Zones.

How to Apply

You will need to apply for your residents or visitors permits online via MiPermit (www.wanttopark.com/bathnes) and follow the instructions on screen for either residents or visitor permits.  Please note that you will need to provide your Council Tax number and have your debit or credit card to hand for payment. Paper visitor permits can be purchased from a Council One Stop Shop.  If you are not the liable party for the Council Tax at the property in which you reside then you will need to take a signed, current copy of your tenancy agreement to a Council One Stop Shop where they will be able to assist you.

Where You Can Park

You can park on street within the zone that your property is located. Please use the ‘Services in Your Area’ search to find out what zone your property is located in, you will find this under ‘Parking Permit’. Alternatively, you may find the zone in which your property is located from the Bath Residents parking zones leaflet shown on the right. This leaflet will also show you all other streets within your zone. 

Please note that it is the responsibility of the driver to ensure that signs and lines are checked prior to leaving a vehicle.  Residents Parking Permits do not allow parking in a pay & display only or in time limited waiting parking bays. 

For a map of the zones please click here.

Zone and Map

Operational Hours

Operational Days (Bank holidays are treated the same as Sundays)

Central Zone

8am – 7pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 1

8am – 7pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 2

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 3

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 4

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 5

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 6

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 7

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 8

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 9

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 10

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 11

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 12

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 14

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone 15

8am – 7pm

Monday – Sunday

Zone 16

8am – 7pm

Monday - Sunday

Zone A

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Zone B

8am – 6pm

Monday - Friday

Zone C

8am – 6pm

Monday - Saturday

Cost

Residents Permits        

1st Bath permit : £100 for 12 months or £60 for 6 months.
2nd Bath permit: £160 for 12 months or £90 for 6 months.(Please note that a 2nd Bath permit is not available for properties in the central zone)

1st Keynsham permit: £40 for 12 months or £25.00 for 6 months
2nd Keynsham permit: £50 for 12 months or £30.00 for 6 months

Visitor Permits (Please note: Visitor parking permits are not available for properties in the central zone)            

Paper scratch Cards: £10 for 10 days (maximum 100 days per annum)
Electronic Hours: £10 for 100 hours (maximum 1000 hours per annum)

Using Visitor Permits

Eligible residents are entitled to a maximum of 1000 visitor hours OR 100 1 day paper permits per property per annum.

Paper permits

Scratch off the date for which you intend to use the permit for and fill in your visitors vehicle registration number. Display this on the dashboard of the vehicle.

Electronic permits

Online                          
Login to using the MIPERMIT portal and select the manage permits option and follow the on screen prompts to enter the vehicle registration and select a duration to allocate to the permit.

Telephone        
Call 0333 123 8008 and we can set up the permit for you.

Text                 
Send a text from your registered mobile number that is linked to your account to 60300 with the word VISITOR and the vehicle registration number plus duration in hours.
Example: VISITOR A123BCD 4hours

Please click here for a leaflet explaining this information.

Terms and Conditions

Please see terms and conditions in the documents section.  

Key Points:

  • Resident’s permits are not refundable.
  • Resident’s permits are allocated on a first come first served basis for shared houses.
  • Motorcyclists do not require a permit in a residents zone.

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