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Information about parking in Fulham

Fulham is a district of Hammersmith and Fulham in southwest London. It is the home to Chelsea football club and Fulham Football Club, who play at Stamford Bridge and Craven Cottage respectively, attracting fans on match days. Fulham Broadway, Parsons Green and Putney Bridge subway stations provide transport in and out of Fulham.


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Additional Information

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

  • On-street parking

    Parking On-Street in Fulham can be difficult as parking restrictions apply between 8:30 am and 6:30 pm, Monday to Saturday.


    Non-residents may park in controlled parking at certain times of the day, but at different times, rarely longer than 4 hours.

  • Off-street parking

    Some parts of Fulham area are a Controlled Parking area (CPZ), so they restrict all streets. Be sure to check signs when parking.

  • Public transport

    There are many buses that can reach the city and the West End, but many of them are full. Working in the morning is sometimes difficult, but If you need not travel during peak hours, you should be fine.

  • Disabled parking

    They reserve these for the owners of Blue Badges. They often mark these parking spaces with a wheelchair sign, which makes it easier for drivers with disabilities to get around in many parts of Fulham.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    No matter where you park, pay close attention to the sign showing allowed parking. Please note the following parking restrictions:


    The yellow line on the road shows where you cannot park. The yellow stripes on the side of the road show where you cannot unload or load. Double yellow lines or stripes mean no waiting or loading. A single yellow line means that you cannot wait during the period showed on the nearby panel or on the panel entering the Controlled Parking Area (CPZ). Some bays at Motorcycle Bay have parking spaces reserved for motorcycles. They commit loading Bays to unloading commercial vehicles. Other vehicles cannot use these bays.

    Blue badge parking spaces usually have parking limits, so remember to check your parking information before getting off. The blue badge is valid only when the owner drives the vehicle or is travelling as a passenger. However, a Blue badge is invalid when the owner is not the one with the car.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    Parking During Public Holidays – Except for Easter Sunday, Christmas, and New Year, parking fees and restrictions apply. Motorists must always think of parking with respect for pedestrians and other road users.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    When you are driving yourself around in Fulham, take note of drop-off an pick-up areas which are marked.


    There are those with single or double lines in red


    Yellow lines which are single or double.


    Take note of bus lanes and parking bays
  • Nearby attractions

    One place often overlooked throughout the years is Bishop’s Park, located northwest of Putney Bridge, which houses the hidden Fulham Palace. It is a beautiful building adorned with oak panelling, a beautiful courtyard covered with lavender and a large garden. You will have the impression of leaving London and plunging into pride and prejudices. Fulham is an ideal place to stay and offers many attractions and activities.