Parking on Weir Estate
If you wish to park on Weir Estate, you must display a resident permit or a daily visitor voucher/scratch card. Your permit/scratch card is only valid if you have a valid tax disc, or statutory off road notice (SORN).
You must display a permit or scratch card between the hours of 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.
How to obtain permits and daily scratch cards?
You can apply for a resident’s permit or a visitor’s permit for a family member or friend from:
Brixton Customer Centre, Olive Morris House, Brixton Hill, London SW2 1RL or
Gracefield Gardens Customer Centre, 2-8 Gracefield Gardens, Streatham, SW16 2ST. Both are open, from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
Permits are valid only for the vehicle and only on Weir Estate for the period they were issued. Permits are non-transferable or refundable. Blue Badge holders’ resident permits are issued free of charge however, they need to purchase scratch cards for their visitors.
You will need:
- proof of address – utility bill, council tax bill or tenancy agreement
- vehicle log book (V5) (proof you own the vehicle)
- car tax or statutory off road notice (SORN)
- driver’s licence
- MOT certificate
- insurance certificate.
Permit Application Forms
Click the links below to download the appropriate application form:
There is no guarantee that a parking space will be available.
Permits are £30 per year (subject to change annually).
Visitor permits or scratch cards can be purchased by, or on behalf of residents for £1.50 each in books of 10, 20 or 50.
If you change your vehicle, you will need to take your old permit to any of the offices listed above along with your proof of address (utility bill, Council Tax bill or tenancy agreement), identification (full driving licence or passport), and new vehicle documentation.
We will cancel the old permit and give you a new one which will cover the remaining time that was displayed on the old permit.
If you do not follow parking rules your vehicle could be clamped or removed.
Your parking responsibilities:
As a tenant or leaseholder you should:
- follow the parking controls on your estate
- park only in designated parking areas
- properly show your parking permit at all times
- report lost permits to the local housing office and ask for a new permit
- report unauthorised parking to the local housing office.
Questions and concerns
If you have any concerns or queries regarding the parking situation on your estate, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will help as best we can, otherwise contact one Central Area Housing Team, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to make a complaint about the parking enforcement service, you can write or email:
Lambeth Living Customer Relations
Hambrook House, first floor
phone: 020 7926 6000
Last reviewed: 14/07/2012