Make the most of new digital parking permits

Edition: July 2023

As part of the West Sussex County Council Integrated Parking Strategy, new online on-street parking permits came into operation from 3 July 2023.

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Digital parking permits are already in place at many car parks across Horsham District, as well as in other areas of West Sussex. Digital permits for Horsham's Controlled Parking Zones, including resident and visitor permits can now be purchased.

The move to digital permits means there is no need to display paper permits in your vehicle. Simply purchase your permit online and receive email notification when it is active.

The virtual permits are provided by MiPermit. You can purchase and manage your parking permits online, 24 hours-a-day, seven days a- week. MiPermit can be accessed through the Council’s website or by telephone. This applies to resident’s and visitor’s permits.

Digital permits bring many benefits, including a reduced reliance on paper and plastic, instant email delivery and greater convenience as you can manage your parking needs at any time that suits you.

Residents without online access are still able to request a paper application from the Council’s Parking Services team on 01403 215379 during office hours.

For more information about digital permits, please visit our website.

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