Applications for a Visitor e-Voucher, also known as a Resident Visitor Permit (RVP), and for a Discount Visitor e-Voucher, also known as a Discount Resident Visitor Permit, are authenticated during the application process by checking various databases to verify that you live at the supplied address. If you pass the verification your application will be authorised instantly.
If you do not pass these checks, it may be that you aren’t credited as the main bill payer in the household so your name doesn’t match the address with the authentication programmes. You will, however, be asked to upload document proofs to support that you live at the supplied address. If you cannot upload them, you can send them by post, but this will delay your application still further.
Once your proofs have been received, your application will be reviewed by the London Borough of Islington Council. It can take up to five working days for them to accept or decline your application. During this time your application status will show as 'Pending'.
Once your application has been authorised, you will receive two emails notifying you of the status change to 'Authorised' and providing further information. If your application is declined, one email will be sent with the reason for your application being declined.
You are only able to purchase permit sessions to allow visitors to park once the application has been authorised.