There are delays in posting permits due to coronavirus. Follow our guidance during these delays.
You can only change your permit if the current vehicle is in your name and the new vehicle is going to be in your name. There is no charge for changing your permit.
What you need to provide
When you change the vehicle on your parking permit, you need to provide proof that:
- you are the registered keeper of the vehicle.
- you have destroyed your current permit.
Cut your old permit in half, and upload a photo of your destroyed permit to the replacement form. If you do not have the current permit, contact us to obtain a list of documents we accept as alternatives.
The quickest way of providing this information to us is to upload it when making the application. You can upload a photo or a scanned image from your computer, smartphone, tablet or scanner.
Proofs of 'registered keeper of the vehicle' we accept
The proof that you will be asked to provide will depend on your vehicle ownership type. You need to provide one or more of the following.
- Vehicle registration certificate (V5C) in your name (front and second page only).
- If you have recently purchased the vehicle (in the last six weeks), then a garage sales invoice or New Keeper Supplement (V5C2) will suffice.
- The most recent vehicle tax reminder letter addressed to you (and at the property for which you are applying if you are in the EO, DV, MN, FS, WF, RH, HT, CM, WW, QV, MA, CS and CT CPZ).
If the permit is for East Oxford (EO), Divinity Road (DV), Magdalen Road North (MN), Iffley Fields (FS), Wood Farm (WF), Magdalen Road and Howard Street (RH), Holloway (HT), Cowley Marsh (CM), Waterways (WW), New Headington Quarry (QV), New Marston (MA), Cowley Central East (CT) or Cowley Central West (CS) your V5C certificate needs to be registered at that address.
For a company car
If your vehicle is a company car a letter must be produced on company headed paper in the with the following text:
This to confirm that 'applicant’s name' is a full-time employee of 'company name' and is supplied with 'vehicle make/model/registration number' for his/her sole business and social use. The vehicle is used essentially for the operational purpose of conducting official company business from the Oxford area.
What to do until your permit arrives
You will need to use your visitor permits in the new vehicle while you wait to receive your new permit.
Unable to upload documents
If you are unable to upload your documents to the form, you can continue and send the application. You will need to either; return to the form later to upload your documents, or take your reference number and documents to one of the libraries below to be validated.
If the libraries above are closed, you can send copies of your documents to:
Residential Parking Permits Team
Oxfordshire County Council
P.O. Box 905