Free parking facilities are available in the stadium’s North and West car park .
The parking fee at pay stations is $1.50 per hour. With Pay-by-Plate it is no longer necessary to place a receipt on the dashboard after you pay. Residential Restricted Parking Zones.
|Parking District||Fan District – Zone 1|
|Addresses||Fan – Zone 1|
|Hours Limitation||1 Hour|
|Map||Fan – Zone 1|
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Parking is free of charge.
Everywhere you can park for free in Central London Battersea Park and Queenstown Road area. Between Clapham Junction and the River Thames. Around Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station.
approximately 2 – 2.5 hours
Richmond Park is open to vehicles from 7:00 am in the summer and 7:30 am in the winter. Vehicle gates close at dusk all year round. Pedestrian gates are open 24 hours except during the deer cull in November and February.
Residents parking restrictions are in place in most areas in Richmond from Monday – Saturday, 8:30 am – 6:30 pm. All of Richmond is controlled by residents’ parking schemes. All visitors must park in pay and display bays or in off-street car parks during restricted hours.
Accepted proofs of address Current Council Tax bill. Current driving licence. Legal letter of completion (valid 3 months from move in) Tenancy agreement (valid 3 months from move in) Utility bill (dated within 3 months)
There are seven well-known wonders of the world, but the folk of Richmond know there is an eighth – the natural wonder that is Richmond Park . Did you know that the pedestrian gates to this stunning space never close? That’s right, the gates are open all night to walkers and cyclists.
Pools on the Park Richmond Since 1966, Pools on the Park has provided countless people with one of the most holistic leisure facilities in the area. Located just a minutes’ walk from Richmond train station, Pools on the Park lido, is a great spot to watch life go by and enjoy a cooling swim on a hot summer’s day.
Fiction – Single yellow lines operate for the hours shown on signs by the line , or for the hours of the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) which they are in. This means they can operate on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
On-street parking in London There are no restrictions in the evening, usually between 6.30pm and 8.30am. On Saturday some areas allow free parking . In other areas it’s free after 1.30pm or 6.30pm. This is a general guide — check the CPZ signs by the side of the road before you park.
Parking zones and prices
|Zone||Location||Price per hour|
|D||Victoria, Westminster & Millbank||£2.50 Pre-2015 Diesel vehicles £3.75|
|E||Mayfair & St. James’||£4.90 Pre-2015 Diesel vehicles £7.35|
|F||Hyde Park, Marylebone & Fitzrovia||£4.90 Pre-2015 Diesel vehicles £7.35|
|G||Soho, West End & Covent Garden||£4.90 Pre-2015 Diesel vehicles £7.35|
When you have found a place to park, you must pay immediately. No free time is allowed in order to obtain change for a meter or pay & display machine. All meters in London accept 20p and £1 coins. In some areas you may also use a mobile phone and credit / debit card to pay for parking .