Parking Permits

The following libraries are offering an appointment service. They also offer a select and collect service -

  • Hull Central Library in Albion Street
  • Bransholme Library at North Point Shopping Centre
  • Fred Moore Library in Wold Road
  • Greenwood Avenue Library in Greenwood Avenue
  • Ings Library in Savoy Road
  • Western Library in The Boulevard

We recommend you make an appointment. You may have to wait or be refused if you have not booked an appointment and we are busy.

To use the select and collect service call 01482 210 000 or email

Safety measures will be in place at Hull libraries to protect staff and service users.

Residents permits

Resident's permits are to be displayed in the vehicle. This includes cars, motorbikes, and vans. It ensures that the vehicle is exempt from time limitations within certain areas of the city.

If you wish to apply for a resident permit for a mobility vehicle we will need to see -

  • proof of residency
  • the mobility agreement

The details on the proof of residency and the mobility agreement must match.

If you need a resident permit for a lease vehicle, the lease agreement will act as the V5. The name and address on the lease agreement the name and address which you are applying for.

If your application for a resident permit does not have any changes to make and you are just renewing it, we do not need to see proof of residency or proof of vehicle. We will only need your application form and either a signed grandad rights form or a payment. This does not apply to city centre permits.

The city centre permit needs -

  • proof of residency
  • proof of vehicle
  • permit application
  • payment

Blue Badge holders

A Blue Badge holder does not need a residential permit if they are correctly displaying a badge within their car.

Free parking is allowed on streets within pay and display bays in the city centre, where there are time limits for non disabled bays or where a residential scheme is in force.

If a time limit is imposed on a disabled bay it must be adhered to.