Guide to parking

Where visitors can park

During controlled parking hours, all visitors must park in:

  • pay-by-phone parking bays
  • or off-street public 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 for free in:

  • any resident permit bay
  • pay-by-phone parking bays
  • on single yellow lines

Please check the signs carefully because operational times for residents' bays differ across the borough.

Read about bank holiday parking

Pay-by-phone parking

PayByPhone is a convenient way to pay for visitor parking during controlled hours in the borough by credit or debit card.

Pay-by-phone parking tariffs and maximum stay periods vary across the borough.

Read more about how the scheme works and how much it costs to park on the PayByPhone page.

Pay-by-phone parking bays are free on:

  • Sundays (excludes Holland Park off-street car park)
  • Bank holidays
  • Good Friday
  • Easter Sunday (excludes Holland Park off-street car park)
  • Christmas Day
  • Boxing Day (Excludes weekends)
  • New Year's Day

Hornton Street Town Hall Car Park

  • open 24 hours a day
  • located under Kensington Town Hall in Hornton Street, W8 7NX
  • managed by Saba Parking

Find out about car park rates and season tickets on the Saba Parking website.

If you have questions about car parking at Hornton Street Town Hall Car Park:

  • telephone: Hornton Street Parking Office on 0330 123 5247
  • emailhorntonstreet.uk@sabagroup.com
  • in person: drop into the Parking Shop on level B2 in the car park to speak to one of the team

Last updated: 13 May 2021