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Information about parking near Southall
Southall is part of the London Borough of Ealing and is a district in the west of London, 10 miles west of Charing Cross. Where to park in Southall is a question answered easily in some parts of the district, and with difficulty in others.
Some additional information about parking in southall, to cater to all your parking needs
Southall is in Ealing Council’s Controlled Parking Zone L which controls parking between 10:00 and 20:00 Monday to Saturday, and 14:00 to 22:00 Sunday. Where on-street parking spaces exist, they are chargeable, and the maximum stay varies between one and three hours, depending on location. CCTV and mobile patrols are used to enforce the regulations.
Southall has the following council-operated off-street car parks:
The central point for bus traffic in Southall is Southall Broadway, from which buses run from 05:29 till after midnight. Southall railway station is the on Great Western mainline, connecting with Paddington station in London. Passengers wishing to travel from Southall to the west country and Wales are advised to travel first to Paddington station to pick up a fast train which does not stop in Southall. The station is in London Travelcard Zone 4. There are also services from this station to London Heathrow Airport, Terminal 4.
There is no London Underground station in Southall; anyone wishing to use the tube should take the H32 bus to Hounslow West, the 120 to Hounslow Central, the 105 to Greenford or the 120 to Northolt.
There are disabled bays in all of Southall’s council-operated car parks, and Blue Badge holders can park there free of charge. Blue Badge holders can also always park free of charge for the first three hours in a standard pay-and-display parking zone.
Ealing Borough Council operates Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs), in which the regulations are designed to give preference to residents and local businesses.
Christmas Day, Boxing Day and also New Years Day, are the only bank holidays on which restrictions are always lifted, and parking is always free.
Passengers can be set down and picked up on yellow lines, including (in the case of disabled passengers) double yellow lines, where loading is not restricted, but this does not extend to a right to wait for a passenger who has not arrived.
Southall is not richly endowed with tourist attractions, but Syon Park is not far away, and the towpath of the Grand Union Canal can provide interesting walks.