If you regularly use beach car parks, a permit could save you money.
How do I use this permit?
You can use a beach or long-stay car park permit to park at these car parks:
As long as you display your permit clearly in your vehicle, you will not need to buy pay and display tickets to park at these car parks.
How do I apply for a permit?
Apply online for a long stay or seasonal parking permit
If you are 60 years of age or more, and you live in Denbighshire, you will be charged a reduced fee for your beach car park permit.
Reduced-rate car park permits can be purchased from our One Stop Shops. Customers renewing a reduced-rate permit can also buy it over the phone by calling Customer Services on 01824 706000.
The first time that you apply for a reduced-rate permit, we will need a copy of your vehicle registration document as well as a copy of one of the following:
- driving licence
- birth certificate (plus proof of residence, for example, a utility bill with your address on it)
- passport (plus proof of residence)
- Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) entitlement to retirement pension
How much does it cost?
Beach car park permits cost £65 per permit per year. Replacements for lost or stolen permits cost £5.
If you are 60 years of age or more, and you live in Denbighshire, you will be charged a reduced fee of £35.
If you change your vehicle, you must return your permit to us and we will give you a replacement. There is no charge for this.