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Information about parking in Newbury Park
Newbury Park is situated in East London, in the Borough of Redbridge, and its tube station was designed by the famous architect Oliver Hill. Newbury Park underground station is situated on the Central Line, which runs all the way from Epping to West Ruislip. Its renowned schools and busy shopping complex means that the Newbury Park area is always busy, leading to difficulty in finding parking spaces. The JustPark app and website can resolve this problem, having 47 reservable spaces.
Some additional information about parking in newbury park, to cater to all your parking needs
On-street parking can be found on Clifton Road, but only permits a maximum stay of two hours. There are just a small number of parking spaces on Cameron Road and Cambridge Road. Full details can be found on the JustPark website and downloadable app.
Off-street parking is available in several locations, including public car parks and private driveways. One of the most popular options is at Newbury Park station, open 24 hours, at the reasonable cost of £6.00 per day. There are 456 spaces in total. This is a convenient spot to leave your car when heading into central London. Check out the JustPark app for details of how to reserve and pay for your parking space.
Newbury Park is served by several bus companies, most notably London Buses, which has four routes which cover the area, including a stop at the station. Conveniently, one route operates 24 hours per day on Fridays and Saturdays. At Newbury Bus Station there is also a taxi rank.
At Newbury Park station, the car park operated by NCP has six disabled parking spaces. Having found a parking space, travellers with mobility problems will be pleased to find that Newbury Park underground is a step-free station.
There are no height restrictions at Newbury Park station car park. For restrictions and details of reservable parking on private driveways, simply enter your requirements on the JustPark app or website.
Parking at Newbury Park station is half price on bank holidays, bringing the fee down to a reasonable £3.00 per day. Other car parks may have different regulations, so please ensure you check the JustPark app for all the information you need.
Visitors to the Newbury Park area can be dropped off or picked up at Sainsbury’s and B & Q, both of which are within a 15-minute walk of the station for those who plan on taking the tube into central London.
There are several attractions in the area of Newbury Park, including the Ilford War Memorial Gardens, and for nature lovers, Seven Kings Park. Barnardo’s Garden Village is a popular attraction for all the family. Horse enthusiasts will enjoy a trip to the Aldborough Hall Equestrian Centre which accepts children from the age of four for lessons. Of curse, all the delights of central London are just a short ride away on the underground, direct from Newbury Park station and car park.