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Selfridges is a renowned chain of British department stores which has been around since 1909. These stores are known to be high-end and were founded by the notorious Harry Gordon. The oldest and original Selfridges is located in London on the famous Oxford Street.
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The on-street parking near Selfridges store on Oxford street is limited, and hard to find, as it is so busy and there are so many restrictions in the area. There are some designated parking bays with one to two-hour limits and they, for the most part, require payment vouchers to be displayed on the windscreen.
As Selfridges is so large, it has its own car park. Parking is paid by the hour, and the rates differ from weekday to weekend. From Monday to Saturday, the car park is open from 7 am to 10 pm, and on Sundays, this car park opens at 11:30 and closes earlier, at 7 pm.
Selfridges Oxford street is accessible by any means of transportation, including bus, tram, by bike and even by taxi and rideshare platforms. This makes it easy to get to and from the iconic department store,
There are designated and limited spots reserved for those with disabilities closer to the store. There are also designated spaces on the street. These spots are reserved exclusively for those with Blue Badges and proof of disability, and they bear fees and consequences for those who park there illegally.
The off-street car park, as mentioned above, is open only during certain hours, meaning that there is no parking available or offered outside of these hours. Further, there are restrictions for those looking to park on the street, including no stopping zones, no waiting zones, no parking zones, etc. around the store. Oxford Street does have ample car parks to make up for the lack of street parking.
Bank holidays have special parking rules. Given that Selfridges is not open on many bank holidays such as Christmas Day and New Year’s day, parking at the store’s car park is also not available or offered.
For on-street parking, each bank holiday has different controls in place on Oxford Street. Some, such as Easter Sunday are treated as a regular Sunday, whereas others are treated like Saturdays and some like regular weekdays.
Those who need to pick up and drop off shoppers at Selfridges can do so using the shorter term parking spaces, as well as the designated drop-off zones located outside the store and on the street. There are also places on the street and around the store which strictly forbids stopping or waiting at any time, to ensure the safe flow of traffic around Oxford Street.
Oxford street boasts an abundance of shopping, as well as some of the best restaurants, bars and hotels. The street is busy and one of the most popular for locals and tourists alike.