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The Brighton Centre on the seafront combines a conference and exhibition centre with an entertainment complex. Its ability to house 5000 delegates makes it popular for national conventions of political parties, while it is also able to accommodate intimate gatherings and is an established wedding venue. When such a hard-working venue is located in a town as busy as Brighton, the question where to park around the Brighton Centre will always be intriguing.
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Some additional information about parking in the brighton centre, to cater to all your parking needs
The Brighton Centre is in Central Brighton’s Parking Zone Z. As well as residents’ parking spaces, there are some pay-and-display parking spaces for visitors. Residents’ and shared bays operate between 09:00 and 20:00 hours, Monday to Sunday, while pay-and-display bays operate from 09:00 to 18:00 hours. Short term pay and display parking spaces in this zone are limited to a two-hour stay for £7, while medium-term parking spaces can be used for a maximum of four hours for £11.
- The nearest off-street car park is in Russell Road. Run by National Car Parks, it has 536 parking spaces and 12 disabled spaces, is open 24/7 and charges from £6 for one hour to £32 for four up to 24 hours. There are charging points for electric cars.
Brighton Station is on the Thameslink, Southern and Great Western Railway lines giving access to connections throughout the UK. Brighton and Hove’s Buses provide services connecting all areas of the city, while there are special services to the South Downs and, by way of the M23 motorway, to London and from there to the whole country.
Brighton has a good supply of parking spaces for Blue Badge holders, but by no means all of them are free.
Parking on the street is under severe pressure in Brighton, and not all residents have been able to get parking permits; there is a waiting list in some zones. Brighton is divided into a series of controlled parking zones (CPZs), and conditions and charging vary between them.
Parking is not free on bank holidays in any car park not operated by the council, nor in some that are.
It is permitted to stop almost anywhere in Brighton to set down and pick up passengers, but this permission does not extend to waiting.
- The Royal Pavilion, built in 1787 for George, Prince of Wales