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On-street parking permits

What is a Controlled Parking Zone?

A Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) is an area of a town where residents and their visitors need to display a permit in their car to park on-street during certain hours. It is also known as a resident parking zone.

Controlled Parking Zones are designed to stop all day on-street commuter parking in the town. This makes it easier for residents, visitors and shoppers to park. This should also help improve road safety and remove obstructions to private driveways by stopping indiscriminate parking.

There are two Controlled Parking Zones in Horsham District: Horsham and Billingshurst. To check whether you live in one of our Controlled Parking Zones and apply for a permit, click Next.

Residents with private parking

Residents living in gated communities and properties with private parking that are located in private roads may not qualify for the parking permit scheme.

This means that you will not be able to apply for either resident permits or visitor vouchers to park on the surrounding roads outside of your home and must make your own parking arrangements. In some cases, non-resident permits may be available subject to there being spare capacity.

The sale of permits to residents in any new development or gated community may be limited depending on the space available in nearby roads.

Check our list of excluded properties on our Horsham on-street parking permits page.

If you are unsure if your property is exempt from the scheme, email carparkteam@horsham.gov.uk