Here you will find everything you need to know
about parking in the Royal Borough of Kensington and
The only parking permits issued in Kensington and Chelsea are
resident's permits, doctors' permits, doctors' parking bay permits
and disabled Purple Badges.
During controlled parking hours all visitors must park in pay
and display bays or in off-street car parks. There are no
uncontrolled parking areas in the borough.
Find out where you can park your motorcycle if you are a
resident or a visitor.
Find out how to request a refund if you have lost money in a pay
and display machine.
To report a faulty pay and display machine you can email us at:
email@example.com or call us on
020 7361 3958.
The car park is under Kensington Town Hall in Hornton Street and
is ideally situated for the shops on Kensington High Street.
Parking your electric vehicle.
In most parts of Kensington and Chelsea, you are never more than
a mile away from a charging point.
Information about waiting, loading and unloading in Kensington
Information on changes to parking restrictions during bank
Every year we publish an Annual Parking and Enforcement Report
which gives details of parking finances, numbers of parking tickets
issued, and explains our parking strategies and future developments
of the parking scheme.
Traffic Management Orders (TMOs) are legal documents drafted and
made by the Council, usually under the Road Traffic Regulation Act
1984. They regulate the use of highways for movement and
PayByPhone is a quick and secure way to pay for parking. Instead
of having to find the right change and queue up to pay at a pay and
display machine, you can use your mobile phone and charge parking
to your credit or debit card..