Cookie Policy

What are cookies and why we use them

In a nutshell, cookies are a technology. They are important in making most websites on the internet function the way they’re meant to.

Also, cookies help us to understand how visitors to our website (you, for example) use our services. That then allows us to keep learning and continue to make our services better and better.

And lastly, cookies help us remember our users and their preferences. That means you can book or list that parking space quickly, with just a few clicks, and then get on with your day. Sorted.

But what actually are cookies? In essence, they’re small files that are stored on your device when you browse a website. They often contain a unique identifier for a user. Each time that user visits a website small bits of data will be stored in cookies. This data could be information about language preference, login details to help make browsing secure, how often a website was visited or straight-up technical information such as the type of device and browser used.

None of this information, however, usually directly identifies a user. All it does is offer a more personalised experience, to make sure users can get what they need fast and easily. No faffing about wasting time.

Your right to privacy is important to us: you can always choose not to allow some types of cookies. This may, however, impact your experience of the site and the services we are able to offer.

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

You can change your JustPark cookie preferences at any time by clicking

How long are cookies stored?

There are two kinds of cookies - neither has chocolate chips we’re afraid:

  • Session cookies are temporary: Once a user logs out or quits 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. Most websites would not function without some use of cookies. At JustPark these essential cookies allow us to:

    • Maintain our users’ secure login sessions.
    • Remember users’ cookie preferences.

    If a user logs in using their Google or Facebook details, specific cookies from Google and Facebook are needed to make this log-in work.

    These cookies are:

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    • jp_session
    • api_session_id

  3. Performance
  4. Performance cookies allow us to count visits to our website and each individual page. They also tell us where visitors have come from. Visitors could land on our website after searching for parking on Google, from clicking on one of our social media pages or from a range of other sources.

    With this data we can then measure and improve the performance of our site making it even easier and quicker for our users to find exactly what they need. A win win all round, while all the information collected is aggregated and therefore fully anonymous.

    We use these cookies to check

    • which pages are the most and least popular.
    • how visitors move around the website.
    • how many visitors are new to JustPark.
    • how many visitors are returning users.
    • how much time visitors spend on the website.
    • how users arrive at the website, e.g. from a Google search or social media.

    These cookies are:

    • _hjFirstSeen
    • _hjAbsoluteSessionInProgress
    • _hjid
    • __hstc
    • _gat
    • _hjTLDTest
    • __hssc
    • _ga
    • _gclxxxx
    • _vwo_uuid_v2
    • __hssrc
    • _gid
    • _uetvid
    • sc_at

  5. Functional
  6. Functional cookies allow us to provide improved functionality and personalisation. They may be set by us or by third party providers whose services we have added to our pages.

    We use these cookies to:

    • work out which version of our website works best by directing users to specific options.
    • remember our users and their preferences for their next visit.

    These cookies are:

    • ajs%3Atest
    • ajs%3Acookies
    • hubspotutk
    • ajs_anonymous_id
    • __tld__
    • __exponea_etc__
    • __exponea_time2__
    • flagr_entity_id
    • mp_227ff3f622bc8de131254686178755ca_mixpanel
    • __mp_opt_in_out_227ff3f622bc8de131254686178755ca
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    • X-AB
    • _sp_xxxxxxxxxx
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    • stb_connect_usp_variant
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    • Queue-it-xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx
    • xnpe_bd00ce7c-2af0-11e9-b5ee-0a580a2030e5

  7. Targeting
  8. Targeting cookies may be set up through our site by our advertising partners. These partner companies may use those cookies to build a profile of user interests. That in turn means they can show users relevant adverts on other sites. Targeting cookies are also used by us to measure the effectiveness of our own JustPark adverts which we place with our advertising partners.

    These cookies are used:

    • to measure how effective each JustPark advert is for bringing visitors to the JustPark website.
    • by third parties to collect information about user preferences to personalise any adverts shown to them.

    The third parties using cookies on our website are:

    • Facebook
    • Youtube
    • Eventbrite
    • LinkedIn
    • Twitter
    • Snapchat
    • Microsoft

    These cookies are:

    • ajs_user_id
    • _uetsid
    • _gat_gtag_xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    • _fbp
    • ajs_group_id
    • personalization_id
    • bcookie
    • MUID
    • lidc
    • mm_allocation
    • lang
    • test_cookie
    • mm_id
    • YSC
    • NID
    • UserMatchHistory
    • AnalyticsSyncHistory
    • bscookie
    • li_gc