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Morden is a small town within the London Borough of Merton. It is eight miles southwest of central London and bordered on the north by Wimbledon, famous for tennis throughout the world. It has a population of about 50000. Historical factors have led to the question “where to park in Morden?” now being a lot easier to answer than in most other parts of London.
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Some additional information about parking in morden, to cater to all your parking needs
Most of Morden is free of Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ), and it is possible to park on the street without having to pay and with no maximum stay. For those areas in a CPZ, the following limits and charges for parking spaces apply:
Free on-street parking with no maximum stay is so abundant in Morden that the usual reason for using off-street parking will be a wish for greater security. The council operates the following car parks:
Morden underground station is the southern terminus of the Northern Line which carries passengers directly into the centre of London. Morden railway station has extensive services to stations in the London area. Bus services connect all parts of the borough and provide links to national networks.
Disabled parking spaces are as indicated, and Blue Badge holders can park free in any parking space.
Merton Council has imposed Controlled Parking Zones in many parts of its area, including Morden:
There is no charge to use a council-owned carpark on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Passengers can be set down and picked up any place where loading restrictions are not in force.
Morden has somehow managed to hold on to an attractive semi-rural quality despite the proximity of the capital. There were, in Victorian times, several country residences, and these have been to a considerable extent retained as public parks.