Supplementary scratchcards - resident

Scratchcards were introduced to meet residents' needs (e.g. for family gatherings and social occasions) and support additional business and community requirements and supplement the existing resident and visitor permits.

Details are scratched off to show the relevant date and the zone and the vehicle registration number must be entered.

How long do residents scratchcards last for?

Books of scratchcards can be purchased for full or half days.

How to apply

Please note that from Friday 15 July 2016 the Customer Service Centres will no longer process applications and requests for parking permits in person, including scratch card permits. From this date, new applications for any additional permits will need to be submitted online or by post. Please allow 14 days for your application to be processed.

If you don't already hold permits please provide the following:

  • Apply Online (Online Form)
  • Complete Application Form (pdf, 324kb)
  • Provide proof of residency
    • Council Tax Statement,
    • Tenancy Agreement (must be signed by both landlord and tenant and show the tenants and dates of tenancy),
    • Bank Statement; or
    • Utility Bill

If you already hold a valid resident or visitor permit for your address you do not need to supply proof again.

How many scratchcards can I apply for?

The maximum number of resident supplementary scratchcards is set at 60 in a rolling 12 month period.

The allocation may be restricted at the discretion of the Council having considered the impact on residents parking provision and the number of supplementary scratchcards previously issued.

How much do scratchcards cost?

A full day scratchcard costs £2.00 and a half day scratchcard costs £1.00. Both types can be ordered in multiples of 5, 10 or 20.

Discount

There are no discounts applicable for scratchcards.  Please be aware that unused scratchcards returned to Newcastle Parking Services within 14 days of issue, will be subject to a full refund of the price paid, but after this 14 day period unused scratch cards cannot be transferred or be subject to a refund.

Page last updated: 
26 July 2017
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