Changes to parking fees and charges

Changes to parking fees and charges will take effect from 1 April 2024. Read more about the changes (official public record, published 7 March)

Get election ready

The UK General Election is on 4 July. 
Register to vote by 18 June.
If you need to vote by post, you must apply to do this by 5pm on 19 June.
You need valid photo ID to vote in person. If you don’t have valid ID, apply by 5pm on 26 June for a Voter Authority Certificate.  
Find out more about voting and elections in Southwark

School Street access permit

Southwark Council has introduced timed closures on streets around many schools in the borough to make the journey to school safer for pupils.

Southwark School Streets Logo

School Street schemes offer a proactive solution for school communities to:

  • tackle air pollution and poor health
  • reduce road danger
  • support a healthier lifestyle by encouraging active travel to school for families
  • and lead to a better environment for everyone 

The way it works is by having a temporary restriction on motorised traffic at school drop-off and pick-up times. The restrictions apply between certain hours depending on the school, and are displayed on motor vehicle prohibition street entry signage.

Some of the School Streets across Southwark are enforced by moving traffic enforcement cameras.  If you live in a camera enforced school street, you may be eligible for a School Street access permit.

Our permit solution will automatically know whether you are entitled to a school street access permit based on your address.

School Street access permits are free of charge

To apply for a resident school street access permit or to renew a current permit, click on the box below. 

Apply for a resident school street access permit

If you're experiencing issues obtaining a permit online, call us on 0800 138 9081 or 0344 800 2736 (find out about call charges) Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.

Page last updated: 24 May 2024

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