Get all the latest information regarding parking in their districts including maps, tariffs, forms and live parking space information on the main city car parks.
Plus everything you need to know about Park and Ride, the greenest, cheapest and fastest way for car drivers and their passengers to get to Canterbury city centre.
As part of the Council’s annual review of charges in order to set the budget for 2007/08, changes to parking charges are also being reviewed. You are invited to have your say on these proposals.
For details of their extra services and extended hours over the festive season and for a printable timetable please visit their Christmas Services page
They’re making major improvements to the car park. For more information and instructions on how to obtain a permit please visit the web page
29 of the council’s car parks have been awarded the prestigious Park Mark Award for safer parking. This scheme is operated on behalf of the Association of Chief Police Officers by the British Parking Association
The Park Mark Safer Parking award is granted to parking areas that have achieved the requirements of a risk assessment as conducted by the Police. These requirements mean the parking operator has put in place measures that help to deter criminal activity and anti-social behaviour, thereby doing everything they can to prevent crime and reduce the fear of crime in their parking area.
A full list of car park facilities is available to view,including the winners.
More information about this award is available on the Parkmark website
Try using their new interactive Traffic Regulation Order service. You can check the lines and bays that relate to your area and read the Traffic Order that relates to them. If you have a specific request or if your query relates to new lines then please follow the instructions for contacting them directly.
Find the latest infornmation on off street parking in their Off Street Parking Paces Order 2006
After a successful installation period in part of Longport in Canterbury, between Lower Chantry Lane and Love Lane, they are extending the trial to include part of Monastery Street, Church Street (St Paul’s), Edward Road,Albert Road, Dover Street, Vernon Place, Cossington Road and Nunnery Road changing from Voucher Parking to Pay & Display. Drivers wishing to park there during the times when charges apply (8am – 6.30pm, Monday to Saturday) must buy a ticket from one of the ticket machines that have been installed and display the ticket clearly in the windscreen of their car. Parking costs 1p per minute, minimum 10p and maximum £2.00. Permit holders may continue to park in these parking bays as before
Read updated information about making their services accessible to all and how their customers can help them to improve.