Long stay car park permits
If you regularly use long stay or beach car parks in Denbighshire, a permit could save you money.
How do I use this permit?
You can use a long stay car park permit to park at these car parks:
Green Lane car park
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.
A long stay car park permit does not mean you are entitled to free parking at short stay car parks in Denbighshire.
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, you will be charged a reduced fee for your long stay 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?
The cost of a long stay car park permit depends on the period the permit is for:
- 3 months: £35
- 6 months: £65
- 12 months: £120
- 12 months (reduced): £65
Replacements for lost or stolen permits cost £5.
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.