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Information about parking near High Barnet Station

High Barnet is actually the most northerly station located on the Northern line. Trains arrive and depart every three minutes, to Morden, Bank and Charing Cross. With High Barnet station being so popular, as you would expect, there are hundreds of convenient parking spaces in the area. To be sure of your spot, you can book one of the 13 reservable spaces by using the JustPark app and website.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in high barnet station, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    There is very limited on-street parking available, other than for resident permit holders. There are limited spaces on Strafford Road, and payment is made at a pay-and-display machine between the hours of 8:00 and 6:30 pm, other than bank holidays and Sundays when it is free to park. Visit the JustPark website or app for further information.

  • Off-street parking

    The station is itself has its own car park operated by Meteor Parking Ltd, with a fixed daily fee of £5.70 per day. Other off-street options are the car parks run by the London Borough of Barnet. Prices vary from £0.50 for 30 minutes, up to £1.50 an hour. The most convenient locations are the Spires Centre, Stayplton Road and Fitzjohn Avenue. The car park at Moxon Street is free for the first hour and has 62 spaces. The JustPark app and website have all the information you need, including details of reservable spaces on private driveways, within a few minutes walk of High Barnet station. With prices as low as £2.50, this is a very affordable option.

  • Public transport

    There are numerous daily bus routes which serve High Barnet station, including those run by Metroline, Arriva London and London Sovereign. Taxis can be found on Station Access Road.

  • Disabled parking

    Off-street parking for disabled motorists includes the Moxon Street car park which has three disabled spaces. Check the JustPark app or website for full details of all disabled parking spaces near High Barnet station.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Three of the off-street car parks are restricted to those with residential or business permits, and they are located at Perryfield Way, Strafford Road and the Burroughs.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    On bank holidays including New Year’s Day, Good Friday and Easter Monday, some restrictions are dropped as regards parking near High Barnet station. For example, all council-run car parks are free of charge, as are business bays and pay-and-display areas. Please check the warning signs carefully to be sure of the regulations.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    Passenger can be dropped off or picked up on Station Access Road at High Barnet.

  • Nearby attractions

    High Barnet itself has two lovely parks, ideal for family walks and nature lovers. Hadley Green is approximately 24 acres and has 18th-century houses next to it, including the cottage where the famous explorer, David Livingstone, wrote his books. King George’s Fields are designated as a site for the importance of nature conservation and are home to many bird species. And, of course, the heart of London is easily accessible from High Barnet station.