The electric vehicle permit scheme has now closed
Applications for this trial scheme ended on 31 July 2021. We are working on a new scheme and would ask that you keep an eye out for our new offer in the coming months.
Electric vehicle permit holders
Thank you for being part of our pilot electric vehicle parking permit scheme, which closes at midnight on Saturday 30 April 2022.
We’ve learnt a lot from this pilot, helping shape the next steps we’re taking with a new scheme that will encourage all of us who choose to use our car parks, to drive low or no emission vehicles.
Our Climate Action Plan also includes other practical measures to improve air quality in our towns, such as:
- ‘Choose How You Move in Warwick District’, which rewards users for choosing sustainable travel with points to spend on the high street or donate to charity.
- Investment in improvements to our active travel network, including upgrades to Leamington Station, as well as new footpaths and the network of local cycleways.
- More car park charging points - see a full list of locations.
From Sunday 1 May, when parking in our off-street car parks, please use our pay and display machines or the RingGo app (there is no longer an additional 10p charge to use the app). If you are a regular user, a season ticket is generally better value for money, and these can be purchased on a monthly or annual basis.
We’ll be in touch again to update on the details of the new scheme, just as soon as they are available. Thank you once again for supporting this important pilot and helping make it such a success.
The personal data that you provide will be used to allow us to process the request for any requirement of the electric vehicle permit, and the legal basis for this processing is that it is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the data controller.
Your personal data will be shared with our software processing supplier Chipside and will be kept for 6 years from the year the record is created.
You have the right to access your personal data and to complain if you think your data is being used incorrectly. You may also have other rights, such as to have your data corrected or erased. For full details on your personal data rights including the Data Controller and Data Protection Officer’s contact details and further information, please see the main Privacy Notice.