Annual Parking Permit
Annual Parking Permit

Annual Parking Permit

Regular price
£40.00
Sale price
£40.00
Unit price
per 
Tax included.

If you are a resident, non-resident or a regular visitor to the National Park you can purchase an annual permit, which can be used in any of our 31 PDNPA pay & display car parks.

You can find out more details about our car parks at www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/parking 

Postage costs of £1.50 will be added at checkout (or make your order over £50 for free delivery)

Only here for a week? Get a weekly parking permit instead.

Customer Reviews

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Julia Kline

Annual Parking Permit

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David
A list of particpating car parks would have been useful

I thought the permit would have allowed me to park at Monsal Head. But seems not...

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Robert Ferguson
Not impressed

I thought the Peak District National Park was for all the people and not just those with fancy phones. The first time I was aware of the charge for parking was when I arrived at a full car park at Stange Edge. The car park held five vehicles. I parked down the lane with twenty other people. I have never objected to paying but the method of payment has now been restricted to people with fancy phones. What about the rest of us? I only found out that a paper ticket was available when other people told me that I could obtain an annual or weekly card from the authority's web site. What about those with no internet access? I believe it is difficult if not impossible to get a signal at many of these remote car parks. People went to prison to gain access to what became the Peak District National Park. Now access is being restricted by the people who are supposed to be administering the national park for ALL the people. The Environment Agency issues fishing licences through the Post Office network and also over the internet. This allows those without fancy phones and computers to obtain their tickets. They don't hide the fact that they are available from sources other than the internet. I understand that the Peak District National Parks Authority has run out of money but by introducing a system like this through the back door you are likely to alienate many people who would be prepared to support you. My anual ticket has so far been of no use as the car park at Fairholmes is Severn Trent. I believe the car park at Dovestones is run by a sub-contractor to the owner. I park free being an RSPB member. It is becoming almost impossible to avoid being a second-class citizen in today's society without an expensive smart phone. Orwell's 1984 here we come.

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Ken Fox
Likelihood to fade

I think that when left on display the permit is likely to fade, time will tell

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Diane Breingan
Great value for money

Much easier than looking for coins or a signal on phone in the countryside

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