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Marylebone is a district in London’s West End, towards its northern edge. In the 18th century, this area was laid out for fashionable housing, and it still carries a certain cachet, dirty and noisy though it may appear. The area is liberally supplied with red markings indicating that main roads are part of one or another of London’s Red Routes, designed to keep traffic moving, by preventing non-public transport vehicles from stopping. The presence of bus lanes further reduces opportunities for on-street parking spaces. There is constant political pressure to ban private vehicles from swathes of London, including this area, and although such a ban has not yet come to pass, there must always be a concern that parking which is possible today may not be possible tomorrow. All of this contributes to the difficulty in answering the question; where to park around Marylebone?
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Marylebone, along with Hyde Park and Fitzrovia, form Westminster Council’s Parking Zone F. Marylebone itself is in sub-zone F3. Parking spaces for visitors are few and far between during the day.
NCP car parks in or near Marylebone include:Regents Park, 65 parking spaces, two disabled bays, 24/7, £7 for 30 minutes rising to £40 per day
Marylebone station is on the Bakerloo underground line and also has mainline trains to Birmingham, Aylesbury and elsewhere. Bus stops on Marylebone Road carry services which interchange with others to service the whole of London.
A Blue Badge does not give the right to park in a resident’s bay during controlled hours but does give the right to park there during open hours free of charge. In a paid-for parking space, Blue Badge holders during controlled hours must pay for at least one hour but receive an extra hour free of charge. Outside controlled hours, such parking spaces are free to Blue Badge holders. Blue Badge holders parking in designated Blue Badge parking bays during controlled hours receive a maximum of four hours free parking; parking outside controlled hours is free. During controlled hours, Blue Badge holders are not permitted to park on single yellow lines.
In Westminster Council’s Parking Zone F3, which Marylebone falls into, residents’ parking bays are controlled between 08:30 and 20:30 every day, including bank holidays, and on-street pay-and-display parking spaces are controlled between the hours of 8:30 and 18:30. If a sign says, “resident permit holders only” and does not state days or times, this should be taken to mean that the parking spaces in question are controlled 24/7. Pre-2015 diesel vehicles incur a 50% extra charge on parking fees.
There is no easing of restrictions or a reduction of charges on bank holidays.
Except on Red Routes, drivers may stop almost anywhere provided there are no loading restrictions, to drop or collect passengers, but this does not translate into a right to wait.
This is central London. Whatever you want to do, see, eat or drink, you can have all your requirements fulfilled somewhere near here.