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Information about parking in Walthamstow

Walthamstow is a main district in North East London, and it is a portion of the London Borough of Waltham Forest. The district is located 7.5 miles to the northeast from Charring Cross. It has a population that has significantly increased as part of the suburban growth of London and was incorporated in 1929 at the Municipal of Borough of Walthamstow before becoming part of Great London in 1965.


To the north, Walthamstow is located in the North Circular Street. To the west, it is situated in the Lea Valley, and Walthamstow Artificial Lake and to the east, it is located in Epping Forest

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

  • On-street parking

    To park in permit bays in Walthamstow, your vehicle must have a valid residential or business permit, and as an alternative, you can display a visitor permit or display a valid Blue Badge. On bank holidays, enforcement in residential permit parking bays is suspended, but footways, specified parking bays and double yellow lines are enforced as usual. For cars owned by councils, parking is free. Hence, it is important to know where to park.

  • Off-street parking

    There are many options to choose from off-street parking in Walthamstow. There are public off-street car parks to private driveways. Many off-street car parking spaces are standing empty in Walthamstow. When you rent an off-street parking space, you can earn money every day. Parking in the Walthamstow area is difficult, but private rentals can take the pressure off drivers. Off-street parking enables you to park near your target facility.

  • Public transport

    Public transport is prevalent in Walthamstow. Sometimes, public transport is not reliable, and there is a number of people walking, cycling, and making use of other forms of transport. Types of public transport in Walmsthasow include trains and buses. There are plans to keep the public travel affordable to enhance high levels of reliability.

  • Disabled parking

    A Blue Badge in Walthamstow aids disabled people with severe mobility problems to park near to their destination. The Blue Badge owner can make use of the badge, and it is unlawful to make use of somebody else’s Blue Badge to drive the car showing a badge except if the badge owner is in the car. A disabled person can similarly apply for a free yearly resident parking license in a controlled parking zone and hold a Blue Badge.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Restricted parking in Walthamstow is reserved for residents, businesses, and their visitors at particular times and days in a week. There should be signs to show that the parking is restricted when it is operational. A person is liable to receive a penalty charge notice if they do not have a valid permit for the restricted parking. Some streets have signs to show that the parking is for permit holders.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    In Walthamstow, during bank holidays restrictions do not apply to resident permit bay parking, pay and display parking is free. Single yellow line waiting restrictions do apply on bank holidays. Permit parking bays are also suspended during bank holidays.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    There are particular drop-off and pick-up in Walthamstow to avoid congestion in the district. This scheme has an attractive square in front of every station, and a low-speed environment has been generated to enable vehicles to pass through to the station car park with no challenges.

  • Nearby attractions

    Walthamstow has many attractions. They include William Morris Gallery, Wild Card Brewery, Pillars Brewery, The Flower Pot and Ekcovision.