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Information about parking near Sydney St
Located in the fashionable and affluent neighbourhood of Chelsea, Sydney St. is very busy, making parking difficult at times. Fortunately, you can always opt for off-street parking or public transportation to take advantage of all the area has to offer.
Some additional information about parking in sydney street london, to cater to all your parking needs
Sydney St. has very limited on-street parking, particularly during working hours. On Monday to Saturday, from 8:30 am – 6:30 pm, on-street parking spots are limited to two hours and cost £4.00 per hour. A Pay and Display machine can be found directly outside St. Luke’s Church.
Currently, there are single yellow line parking spots that are free from 6:30 pm – 8:30 am.
Just be aware that there is no car parking available in the area of Royal Brompton Hospital, except for four spots designated for the disabled.
Around Sydney Street, off-street parking is plentiful and usually found in public, commercial, or council-run car parks and garages. Many of these spots are available 24/7, allow for overnight parking, and are routinely patrolled.
There are several bus stops located along Sydney St. Buses 19, 211, and 49 cover Sydney St. You can also access London’s Overground train network at the West Brompton Overground Station or the Imperial Wharf Overground Station or head to the nearby South Kensington or Sloane Square Tube Station to easily get around the city.
Disabled parking spots are not too hard to find around Sydney St. In addition to being located within commercially and council-run car parks, there are four spots right outside Royal Brompton Hospital and one spot outside St. Luke’s Church. You will need to make sure your Blue Badge is displayed inside the front windshield of your car.
Blue Badge permits are only valid when the holder is in the vehicle. If using a Blue Badge in on-street parking zones and disabled bays, you may park free of charge and with no time limit, unless it otherwise noted. If you park in a council-owned off-street parking spot, you are not entitled to free parking.
There are time limits, usually two or four hours, for parking on Sydney St. during working hours. The off-street car parks and garages are much less restrictive.
On a bank or public holiday, pay and display parking is free and doesn’t have any restrictions. On bank holidays and Good Friday, the single yellow line waiting restrictions apply. They do apply on Sundays or Christmas Day.
Drop-off and pick-up is very limited along Sydney St. However, Royal Brompton Hospital does allow for a 15-minute drop-off and collection period at the main entrance, if there is space available when you arrive.
Dropping-off and picking-up on double-yellow lines are restricted every day of the year. Waiting is also prohibited in any area designated as restricted.
One of the primary reasons parking isn’t always easy on Sydney St. is due to the numerous sights and attractions in the area. They include art galleries, such as Proud Chelsea and The Fine Art Society, and tons of diverse shopping opportunities. For example, The Chelsea Gardener, Pet Pavillion, Kate Kuba, Chelsea Toys, and Habitat King’s Road are just a few of the shops where you can purchase anything from equestrian-style boots to trendy furniture, kitchenware, and home decor.