The long-delayed parking controls for North Kelvin and North Woodside are due to be implemented on Monday 8 August 2022.


Residents are advised to apply for permits before Friday 1 July 2022 to ensure applications are processed in time for the scheme going live on 8 August.

Permit application and guidance (including information on visitor parking permits) is available at


  • Resident Parking Permits are £85 per annum or £23.75 quarterly
  • Business Parking Permits are £650 per annum

The application can be completed electronically, and you may be required to create a MyGov account for this purpose.

Paper copies of the permit application forms will also be available at Hillhead Library for those who have no access to the internet.


Resident and business permit holders can park without limit of time.

The chargeable hours for the shared use parking bays are Monday to Sunday, 8am to 10pm.

Those who wish to pay to park during these hours can do so for a maximum stay of 3 hours at a charge of 20p for 15 minutes for the first hour, then 40p for every 15 minutes thereafter.

Residents’ visitors parking permits cost £2 for a set 6 hour period.


The zone identifier for these parking permits will be W2, which will allow permit holders to park in any parking space signed with a W2 zone identifier without incurring further parking charges.

The zone extent will be available to view on the lnteractive Parking Map when it is updated.

Parking machines and signs

Once parking machines are installed, they will be covered until the proposed enforcement start date. The yellow information overlays on the zone entry and exit signs will also be updated then removed prior to this date.

Remedial works for road markings and signing will continue to be carried out throughout the entire area and this may require localised temporary traffic regulation order (TTRO) restrictions to complete.

Yellow information boards and TTRO notices will be erected in advance of these minor works occurring.

Further information

For more about how to apply for a permit, including Residents Permit Guidance Notes and Book of Charges, see

For more about the operation of the scheme in North Kelvin and North Woodside, including charges for visitors and the one-way systems, see

City Council contact address is

Details on cycle parking shelters are available at Cyclehoop.