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On street pay and display parking

On street pay and display parking bays provide short term parking for visitors and residents.

Pay and display sign max stay 2 hours

Operating hours

Operating hours vary, depending on where you park in the borough. The most common operating hours are 8am to 6.30 pm, Monday to Saturday. Outside of operating hours, on Sundays and on Bank Holidays you can park in any pay and display bay for free.

You must check the signs and terms and conditions of use on the pay and display machine to ensure that your vehicle is parked legally.

Charges

The charges and maximum parking times will vary depending on the individual pay and display machine. Please refer to the terms and conditions of use and the tariff information displayed on pay and display machines.

On-street parking charges  »

Most of our pay and display machines offer 30 minutes free tickets.

Note: A ticket may only be purchased or a free 30 minutes ticket obtained at the initial time of parking.  It is prohibited to obtain a subsequent free ticket or to purchase an additional ticket to extend your period of parking beyond the initial time. Have you paid and displayed on street

How to use a pay and display machine

Please check the signs and read the terms and conditions of use on the pay and display machine carefully.

  • Purchase a pay and display ticket for the correct amount of time you need to park
  • Display the ticket clearly in your vehicle on the dashboard  

Note: If you don't have a valid pay and display ticket displayed on your vehicle, you are liable to be issued with a parking ticket.

Find out more »

When not to park in a pay and display bay

  • You must not park in a pay and display bay if it is suspended. The suspension sign will indicate the dates and times when the suspension is in force. Please check the information on the sign to ensure that you are not parked in a suspended part of a pay and display bay/space. You are liable to be issued with a parking ticket if you park in a suspended parking bay/space.
  • Please note that some pay and display bays are only available for parking at certain times, for example between 8am and 4.30 pm. Outside these hours other restrictions may be in force, for example yellow lines prohibiting parking.

You must check the signs and terms and conditions of use on the pay and display machine to ensure that your vehicle is parked legally.

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