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Information about parking near Upminster Station

Upminster Station’s official C2C car park, within the Greater London area, has close to 500 parking spaces in this conveniently located and large car park, with nine of these bays expressly set aside for disabled drivers. Therefore, you will never encounter any problem when looking for a spot to leave your car. Once you pay your parking fee, all you need to do is to follow the simple guide showing you where you should park your vehicle.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in upminster station, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    Within the town, on-street parking is restricted only to Blue Badge holders, and those with resident permits; spaces usually are still available but occasionally are limited. Thus, first, read the signs to avoid parking your car illegally.

  • Off-street parking

    A few choices for reservable off-street parking within the Upminster station area are available. Furthermore, this applies to both private driveways and public car parks.

  • Public transport

    Upminster station is conveniently located to access public transport once you have left your car. This station is part of the London Underground District Line and provides services on the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway. So, the station is perfectly positioned for anyone going in or out of London.

  • Disabled parking

    Disabled drivers who display their Blue Badge usually get to park their vehicles at the car parks free of charge, as well as without any time restrictions, in either the pay-and-display bays or on-street. Additionally, all Blue Badge holders can park their vehicles for a maximum of three hours on double or single yellow lines if needed. However, this is actually only applicable as long as they are not breaking any loading prohibitions or obstructing traffic.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Usually, on-street parking is permit-restricted, plus there are several Controlled Parking Zones throughout the area, with each zone having its own set of terms applicable. For non-permit holders, it consequently is quite challenging to get a parking slot any day of the week, and this includes Sundays.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    Whereas parking restrictions apply from one zone to another on weekends and bank holidays, Upminster station does not observe them and is always open 24/7. Off-peak parking rates are charged on bank holidays. Moreover, at the station, there is overnight parking, but it can get somewhat expensive.


  • Drop-off and pick-up

    The designated area for drop-off and pick-up at Upminster station is conveniently located outside the main entrance on Station Road.

  • Nearby attractions

    London is the UK’s capital, hence a trendy destination for international and local tourists alike, as there are undoubtedly plenty of fascinating things to see and do. This includes the Tithe Barn and Agricultural and Folk Museum, which is the perfect starting point for you to discover the area’s history and the Thames Chase Forest Centre. Additionally, you can visit the Upminster Windmill, which is among the oldest windmills within Greater London. If you are more into a less urban environment, you should board a train and head to the Southend sandy shores, with regular trains linking the Essex coast to Upminster.