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Brent Cross is a London Underground station within the borough of Barnet, northwest of central London.
The station is on the Edgware branch of the Northern line, between Hendon Central and Golders Green stations. From this station, commuters can travel into Central London in just over 10 minutes.
Brent Cross Bus Station is down the road from the tube, and the famous shopping centre is a 10-minute walk away.
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Parking in Brent Cross
The areas around the Brent Cross Shopping Centre and the Underground station experience heavy traffic congestion. As such, parking spaces in Brent Cross are not always easy to find.
Parking at Brent Cross station is available but the public car park offers only 22 spaces. Parking near Brent Cross station is limited, with most of the nearby parking bays reserved for commercial use.
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Getting to Brent Cross
Car: Brent Cross is accessible via Hendon Way (exiting at the Brent Cross Flyover), the A406, and the M1.
Underground: Brent Cross Station serves the Northern line of the Underground.
Train: The Thameslink line of the overground runs through the Brent Cross area. The closest stations, however, are Cricklewood to the south, and Hendon to the north. As part of the Brent Cross Cricklewood development project, a new Thameslink station will be opened in the area.
Disabled Parking in Brent Cross
Brent Cross Station car park offers 2 disabled spaces. Remember to display your Blue Badge to avoid fines.
The main attraction in the area is the Brent Cross Shopping Centre, a huge American-style complex.
There are also cafes, restaurants and pubs on the streets surrounding the station.
The Brent Cross area is set to experience significant development in the coming years, with the Brent Cross Cricklewood Regeneration Scheme. As part of the development, the shopping centre will be extended and public transport in the area upgraded.
Need a boost? There is a Chargemaster charging station at Brent Cross Shopping Centre and at Brent Cross South Retail Park. A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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What are Brent Cross tube station parking costs?
Mon - fri per day: £6.00
Saturday, Sunday and bank holiday: £6.00
Weekly season ticket: £28.80
Motorcycle per day: £2.00
Is Brent Cross railway station parking available?
There is currently no railway station in Brent Cross. However, there is an Underground station, as well as plans to build a train station on the Thameslink line. The closest railway stations are Cricklewood to the south, and Hendon to the north.
What is the Brent Cross station Travelcard Zone?
Brent Cross station is in Travelcard Zone 3.
What are the Brent Cross station parking restrictions?
There are no height restrictions at this station.
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Latest London parking reviews
I used this space to go and visit Stamford bridge and it was perfect the secure location was just around the corner. The owner was fantastic even giving us directions and taking us to the first turning to make it clear for which way to go so all in all it was just perfect. Thank you!Laura
Very easy to find codes for both gates worked perfectly on entry, on exit first gate was fine but second I had to exit via the smaller gate to enter the code then drive through, very secure would definitely use againStuart
Great location, and secure, had no problems with it, would recommend this place and the only thing that I would change is would put vehicle reg cameras at the barrier as would make it even more simpler to get in and out, not that it was hard to get in or out, but in all great spot.Matthew
Perfect parking space. Was a bit apprehensive beforehand but it's absolutely legit! Good location, we even jumped the train to Northumberland Park from Meridian Water before the match! It's barely a 15 minute walk though.DAVID
Safe, secure and very helpfulJed
Excellent location- just outside the congestion zone and very close to Pimlico Tube Station. It's secure, underground and the concierge and Dario were very helpful.Stephanie
sizable space on front patch of a house. long enough for my long estate car (inc towbar). easy to get to and bonus outside of the ULEZ.Steve
A good safe parking space. Hotel where space is located were extremely helpful and polite. Can’t fault this one.Martin
very convenient and short walk to the Finchley Central station. I arrived just after nine and the car park was empty. I usually park at Stanmore but this was so much better as spaces are available and wide. I will use it as my park and ride for the northern line every time I visit the city.Gav
Found to be very easy to find even in the dark! Be careful of the road humps there very highSTEVE