Cookie Policy

What are Cookies?

Cookies are tiny files on your computer or mobile device that allow websites and apps to store information about how you use them and to help give you a personalised & seamless experience. With them you receive the most relevant ads, you have your login details stored on your favourite sites and you can pay for services online with just a few taps.

How does JustPark use cookies?

Using cookies, we gain a better understanding of our users, which in turn helps us to improve our offerings. We can save you time by keeping you logged in, we learn what areas you park in so we can send you the best deals for you and we can see how well specific parts of our site and app are performing.

Do I need to use cookies?

Technically no, although your online experience will be less smooth without them. You can change your preferences at any time by clicking but this might cause some parts of the site to not function properly.

To learn more about cookies and how to control them in your browser please visit

How long are cookies stored?

There are two types: Session and Persistent.

  • Session cookies are temporary. Once a user logs out or closes the browser these cookies will automatically expire.
  • Persistent cookies stay stored within the user’s browser for a set period of time or until they are manually deleted.

What types of cookies do we use?

  1. Strictly Necessary
  2. Without these cookies, the site wouldn’t function properly.

    These allow us to:

    • Maintain our users’ secure login sessions.
    • Remember users’ cookie preferences.
  3. Performance
  4. These provide the data and insights that help us to improve our site and app.

    These allow us to:

    • Count traffic to each part of the website.
    • See where users found our site.
    • Know what parts of the site are the most & least popular.
    • View how long users spend on each page.
  5. Functional
  6. Functional cookies provide improved functionality & personalisation. They can be set by us or by third-party providers whose services we have added to our pages.

    These allow us to:

    • Discover which version of our website works best by directing users to specific options.
    • Remember our users and their preferences for their next visit.
  7. Targeting
  8. These are used to show visitors personalised offers and ads.

    They allow us to:

    • Measure the effectiveness of marketing efforts.
    • Create a more personalised online experience through our advertising partners.