Get the best from this site

We would like to place cookies on your computer to help us make this website better. For more information, including how to turn cookies off, see more about cookies. Or simply continue below:


Residents Permit Schemes - AB - Ricoh Arena



Alderney Close
Beake Avenue (West side from 30 metres south of Rylston Avenue to Parkgate Road)
Berkett Road
Blenheim Avenue
Braytoft Close
Buckland Road
Cawnpore Road
Charlewood Road
Chesholme Road
Chillaton Road
Deerhurst Road
Esterton Close
Everdon Road
Finch Close
Forge Way
Foxglove Close
Giles Close
Greensleeves Close
Hallam Road
Harborough Road
Holborn Avenue
Holbrook Lane (West side from Foleshill Park to Parkgate Road)
Ladymead Drive
Langlodge Road
Leeder Close
Lilley Close
Morland Road
Nunts Lane (East side from Parkville Highway to Wheelwright Lane)
Parkgate Road
Parkland Close
Parkville Close
Parkville Highway
Paynell Close
Pembrook Road
Penrith Close
Peyto Close
Richard Joy Close
Roland Avenue
Roland Mount
Romford Road
Rotherham Road
Sharp Close
Wheelwright Lane (West side from Nunts Lane to Parkgate Road)

Restriction Times

Restrictions applying during Ricoh Events

Permit Type

Digital Permits

How to Apply for a Permit

The Ricoh Arena Residents' Permit Scheme is a digital permit scheme. Known as MiPermit, the scheme is paperless and operates in a similar way to the car tax system.

In order to apply for a digital permit, residents will need to either:

Register online on the Coventry MiPermit portal
Register by phone, by calling 0345 520 7007.
In order to complete the registration, residents will need the following information:

Council Tax reference number
Full postal address including postcode
Vehicle registration number.

Please be aware that only residents that live within one of the 7 parking zones, and their visitors, are allowed to park within the parking zones on match and event days. These vehicles will need a digital permit to show they are allowed to park there.

If you need to register a visitor outside of the MiPermit opening hours, please call 024 7683 4367.

Additional Information

Parking within the residents' parking zone on a major event day

If you wish to park in the area on a major event day then you must make sure that your vehicle has a valid digital permit.
You do not have to have a digital permit if you are parked on your own drive.

A permit does not allow you to park on yellow lines during their time of operation.

A permit cannot guarantee a parking space but it will give you permission to park in your zone without being ticketed on a major event day.

Is there anything wrong with this page?