Parking permit prices - engagement sessions

Closed 28 Jun 2022

Opened 16 Jun 2022

Results updated 8 Dec 2022

Following the close of the Parking and Enforcement Plan (PEP) listening exercise on parking permit prices, feedback from both the PEP consultation and listening exercise were considered. A report was then written which sets out the recommendations and the draft PEP was updated to its final form. The report and PEP was presented to the Council’s Cabinet and was approved in October 2022. The approved PEP was published in November 2022 and can be read here. The cabinet report is available to read here.

The PEP 2022-27 outlines the key visions for parking services. These are:  

  • Supporting the creation of sustainable streets for everyone, by re-prioritising more of our kerbside space to support greening in the borough, and sustainable transport.

  • Providing high-quality, customer-focused services that respond to the needs of our residents, businesses and visitors.

  • Encouraging motorists to choose active travel and sustainable travel options, a switch to cleaner vehicles with a reduction in private vehicle ownership.

  • Consolidating a fair, proportionate and transparent enforcement service to deliver high levels of compliance, and robustly tackle fraud.

  • Delivering a consistent approach to parking products and services on all council-managed estates.

To see all recommendations and policies, read the PEP 2022-27 here.

Please note that some of the proposals which were consulted on have been changed following the consultation. Please refer to the PEP 2022-27 for the final recommendations which are due to be implemented.


Please see the recording of our drop-in session below.


Last year we invited you to take part in a consultation on proposals setting out the future of parking in Hackney. These proposals are contained in our draft Parking and Enforcement Plan 2021-26 (referred to from here as the PEP) and its appendices. The PEP is the Council’s primary parking policy and strategy document governing parking-related decisions.

Following this consultation, and having reviewed the feedback provided, we are inviting you to give us your views over a period of three weeks on revised proposals for parking permit prices only.

To have your say on parking permit prices, please visit:

Call-in session

If you would like to discuss the parking permit pricing proposals and you are not able to take part in the online session, feel free to call us on 020 8356 4008. We have prioritised the following date and time slot to have your questions about the consultation answered: 

  • Wednesday, 29 June 2022 from 09:00-17:00

Online drop-in session

This session will be held over Zoom where we will be presenting the parking permit pricing proposals and answering questions from participants. Registration will close one day before the event. A link to Zoom will be sent to you on the day of the event. Please note there is a limited number of participants we can accommodate for the session.

The online drop-in session will take place on the following day:

  • Wednesday, 29 June 2022 from 18:30-20:00

The drop-in session will be led by Parking, Markets and Street Trading Council staff where the parking permit proposals will be discussed.


  • Call-in session

    From 29 Jun 2022 at 09:00 to 29 Jun 2022 at 17:00

    A call-in session where you can phone us anytime between 9-5pm to speak to a Policy officer about the proposals.

  • Drop-in session

    From 29 Jun 2022 at 18:30 to 29 Jun 2022 at 20:00

    An online drop-in session where our panel of Parking managers can answer your questions between 6:30-8pm.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Understanding views