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Information about parking in Tower Hamlets
Tower Hamlets is a London Borough that mostly occupies the area people think of when they refer to the “East End.” It is so named because, long ago, people who lived there owed military service to the Tower of London. The population is more than 270,000; the City of London is to the west while the Thames and the Docklands area with its upscale office and residential developments, and its airport, have changed demographics – though that does not prevent Tower Hamlets from having some of the highest unemployment in the country. A combination of high through traffic, Red Routes, yellow lines, controlled parking zones and car-free developments make “Where to park in Tower Hamlets?” a question worth asking.
Some additional information about parking in tower hamlets, to cater to all your parking needs
Unless you are the holder of a blue badge, a resident’s parking permit, a business parking permit or a public service parking permit, there is almost no on-street parking in Tower Hamlets. For some time, Fish Island was free of CPZs, but that is no longer so. At present, Thermopylae Gate is the only street on which on-street parking is uncontrolled, and that is likely to change.