During controlled parking hours all visitors must park in pay and display bays or in off-street car parks. There are no uncontrolled areas in the borough and we do not issue visitor vouchers.
Outside of controlled parking hours anyone can park in any resident permit bay, pay and display bay or on single yellow lines for free.
Please check the signs carefully, operational times for residents' bays differ across the borough.
Controlled parking hours map [PDF] (file size 2Mb)
Pay and display charges and maximum stay periods vary across the borough. See the map of the Pay and Display tariff areas:
Pay and Display tariff areas [PDF] (file size 746Kb)
To park in pay and display bays during controlled hours you will need to purchase a ticket from a nearby machine and display it on the dashboard of your vehicle. Our machines only accept cash - 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2 coins.
Pay and display parking is free on Sundays, bank holidays, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Pay by Phone
We are trialling a PaybyPhone parking service in two areas of the Borough, see more about pay by phone.
From 1 August 2014, we are pleased to advise VINCI Park UK have taken a 15 year contract of the Hornton Street Town Hall Car Park.
The car park is open 24 hours a day and is located under Kensington Town Hall in Hornton Street. It is ideally situated for the shops on Kensington High Street.
If you have any questions relating to car parking at Hornton Street Town Hall Car Park, please contact Mr Shaz Raza, the VINCI Park UK’s London Car Parks Contract Manager, on 020 7937 8013.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into the Parking Shop on level B2 in the car park to speak to one of the team.
Visit the VINCI Park Hornton Street car park page for tariffs and opening hours.