How much does it cost to park at Harold Wood station?

How much does it cost to park at Harold Wood station?

Pay on the day

Mon – fri per day £8.00
Sunday £3.00
Bank holiday £3.00
Disabled parking Free
Weekly season ticket £38.40

Can you park in a restricted zone?

Restricted parking zones are areas where waiting, parking and loading restrictions apply but there are no yellow lines on the road or kerb. Boundary signs, and occasional reminder signs are used to explain the hours of restriction within the zone.

Do parking restrictions apply on bank holidays Havering?

Bank holiday restrictions You are can not park on a single yellow line on a bank holiday unless the signage in the area says that you can. This also applies to Controlled Parking Zones and all moving traffic restrictions.

What is a controlled zone London?

A Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) is an area where on-street parking is restricted during specified times. Introducing a CPZ is a way of dealing with parking problems and making our environment safer. Advantages and disadvantages. CPZ design. Operational days and hours.

Are there parking restrictions in London today?

In London streets, parking restrictions typically apply between 8.30am and 6.30pm Monday to Saturday. Always check the signs for exact details of parking restrictions in each street.

Can you park for free in Harrow?

Parking is free at all car parks outside of the hours of operation, except for Peel House, which is locked outside of operating hours. All our council car parks are free for vehicles that display blue badge permits, except for Queens House and Peel House.

Do parking restrictions apply on bank holidays Waltham Forest?

Enforcement in residential permit parking bays will be suspended on Bank Holidays, however footways, double yellow lines and specified parking bays (for a particular purpose) will be enforced as usual.

What borough is Harold Wood in?

The London Borough Of Havering
Harold Wood | The London Borough Of Havering.

Is Romford parking free?

Parking is only free for blue badge holders for cars exempt from road tax with a Disabled tax classification; compliance allows the holder to park in a car park operated by Havering Borough Council for three hours free of charge. Normal charges apply after that.

How many parking spaces are there near Harold Wood station?

Choose from hundreds of spaces near Harold Wood Station – including on-street parking, off-street car parks and 53 reservable spaces. Use my current location. Wherever, whenever.

What is Harold Wood Park?

Harold Wood Park is a large area of open amenity grassland with a grid of footpaths providing the opportunity for circular walks from the car park. There is a large play site towards the south-east of the park and a teenage area close to the main car park.

Why book a season ticket from Harold Wood station?

Located on Station Road, Harold Wood Station (TFL) car park is conveniently located for access to Harold Wood Transport for London station. If you’re a regular commuter from the area, then a season ticket from Harold Wood Station is an excellent idea. Monthly, quarterly and annual options are designed to save you time and money whenever you travel.

What are the restrictions in a controlled parking zone?

There are several types of restriction in a controlled parking zone. Lines along the side of the road are used to show where restrictions on stopping and waiting apply. A double red line means no stopping for any purpose at any time.