Online parking service shutdown for Finsbury Park
By poppy_smith | Tuesday, April 24, 2012, 18:52
The online parking permit and penalty charge payment services will be closed down for nine days between 2 - 10 May to enable upgrading of the system.
Residents are urged to renew resident permits, order more visitor permits if they are running low, or make any new applications well before 1 May.
Cllr Nilgun Canver, Cabinet Member for the Environment, said:"We apologise for the inconvenience but we need to do this to upgrade the system which will allow access to a greater range of online parking services and enable the council to provide a better overall service in the future."
Residents will not be able to use the online services during this time or be served as normal at a Customer Service Centre to:
Renew or make a first application for a Resident Permit
Order Resident Visitor Permit Vouchers
Pay for a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)
There will be very limited opportunity to purchase any sort of permit at a Customer Service Centre during this period.
The council is taking extra steps to ensure that all renewals that are due before 10 May are completed before the system is shutdown.
During this shutdown period residents will still be able to pay a PCN via the automated telephone payment line by calling your 0845 1300130. Full details can be found on the penalty notice.
Between now and the shutdown you can apply for a resident permit or resident visitor permit voucher:
Online: by visiting the parking permits page here
By post: by completing an application form and sending it to PO Box 55235, London Borough of