Londoners paid the most per person in parking fines this year according to a Freedom of Information request.
On averge, people who lived in London paid £65.01 each in fines. In the southeast as a whole, this figure dropped to £24.69 per person.
More than 214 councils around the country were asked by Labour how much they had collected in parking charged and fines in 2013/14.
In London, 20 out of 32 boroughs answered the request, giving a total of £327 million. Labour say, correcting for the capital's population, this figure would be as much as £523 million.
They say that Conservative boroughs took in £96.23 per resident in parking charges and fines, more than twice as much as the £46.42 per resident for Labour boroughs.
Westminster alone took in £81 million in charges and fines last year.
Nationwide, Labour say that they estimate £1.38 billion was collected in parking charges, up from £1.32 billion the previous year.
The figures show that the south of England is bearing the greatest burden in parking charges.