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Information about parking in Croydon

Croydon, nine miles south of Charing Cross, is a large town in its own right, while still being part of Greater London. It had for some time, during the early days of civil aviation, the main airport in the southeast, before the advent of Heathrow and Gatwick. It is its own London Borough and is the only town in London with its own light rail system (Tramlink). The question of where to park in Croydon can sometimes be problematic.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in croydon, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    In theory, there is no on-street parking on the three Red Route roads (see Parking Restrictions). However, there are exceptions:

     

    Red box markings indicating a parking bay. These are of various types; not all allow short-term parking, but some do. Check the sign at each location

     

    White box markings indicating a white parking bay. Parking, loading and unloading are allowed at any time, though usually for short durations. Check the sign at each location

     

    Parking is free, and the maximum stay is one hour in the following pay-and-display parking spaces:

     

    At the Lower Addiscombe Road end of Cherry Orchard Road

     

    Brighton Road, in the vicinity of Biddulph Road, Kingsdown Avenue and Wyche Grove

     

    Sanderstead Road & Station Approach

     

    Mansfield Road

     

    Parking is free for just the first 30 minutes, and the maximum stay is two hours in the following pay-and-display parking spaces:

     

    London Road, between West Croydon Station and Sumner Road

     

    South End

     

    Selsdon Road, between Ledbury Road and Bartlett Street.
  • Off-street parking

    The following car parks are operated by the council:

     

    Cherry Orchard Road, eight parking spaces, short stay (maximum 30 minutes)

     

    Factory Lane, 18 parking spaces, open 24/7, chargeable 07:00 to 18:00 hours

     

    Jubilee Bridge, Lower Church Street, 80 parking spaces, open 24/7, chargeable 07:00 to 18:00 hours

     

    Sanderstead Road, 39 parking spaces, open 24/7, chargeable 07:00 to 18:00 hours Monday to Saturday

     

    Spices Yard, South End, 134 parking spaces, open 24/7, chargeable 24/7

     

    Waddon Leisure Centre, London Road

     

    Wandle Road, 255 parking spaces, open 24/7, chargeable 24/7

     

    London Road, West Croydon, 58 parking spaces, open 24/7, chargeable 24/7
  • Public transport

    Croydon is at the centre of a major transport corridor from the south coast to central London, and has many excellent road and rail connections, to major south coast towns such as Brighton and into the centre of London. Buses also provide links throughout London (though it may be necessary to change buses), Essex and Sussex. Tramlink has been renamed London Trams and provides a light rail connection in and around Croydon.

  • Disabled parking

    Blue Badge holders park free in disabled parking bays.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Three roads in Croydon are on Red Routes, where it is not permitted to stop, much less park. But it isn’t as simple as that; see On-Street Parking for more details. The roads in question are:

     

    A22

     

    A23

     

    A232
  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    Parking charges are suspended on Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    Except where loading restrictions exist, drivers can stop to pick up and set down passengers anywhere on a single yellow line, but may not wait if the passenger to be picked up is not yet there.

     

  • Nearby attractions

    Crystal Palace Football Club is here. Coombe Wood is the most attractive place for a walk, and so is Wandle Park.