Canary Wharf Parking
Information about parking in Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf is a unique area in London located on the Isle of Dogs. What used to be a derelict dockland is now home to 97 acres of office and retail space with a booming financial centre.
While you’re in the area, check out the Museum of London Docklands, which tells the story of the local area and has a hands-on exhibition section dedicated to Mud Larking! If it’s shopping you’re after, head to Canary Wharf Shopping Centre, with high-end fashion labels and high street names. For an oasis of calm, The Crossrail Place Roof Garden is a great way to spend an afternoon, where the plants are arranged according to the hemisphere in a beautiful greenhouse designed by architects Foster + Partners.
Canary Wharf has a certain buzz, set right on the river and with an abundance of history, making it an exciting place to explore both during the working week and on the weekend. You’ll be spoilt for choice for dining options, and places to shop and drink.
Most of the on-street parking in Canary Wharf is restricted, making it particularly difficult for city centre commuters and visitors to find reasonably priced parking to suit their needs. This often makes it unaffordable for those who have to drive to and from the city every day.
…this is where we come in.
YourParkingSpace is a great parking service, and we offer plenty of parking solutions across Canary Wharf, from private driveways to street car parks for prices as low as £2.
Pre-book spaces near some of the busiest parking areas including Canary Wharf Shopping Centre, Hilton Hotel Canary Wharf, Novotel Canary Wharf, Canary Wharf DLR Station. Both long term and short term parking is available with our hourly and weekly booking options.
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Parking in Canary Wharf
It can be tricky to park in Canary Wharf during the week, due to the Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ). Canary Wharf is located in Zone D under Tower Hamlets Parking Restriction Zone, meaning parking restrictions are in place Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 5.30 pm.
Parking restrictions to look out for are:
- Pay and Display bays where you can park, charging £3.70 per hour
- Double yellow lines, where you can't park
- Single yellow lines, where you can only park at some times. Be sure to check the signs when parking on these
- Kerb flashes showing loading restrictions
No one wants a surprise fine! We make sure that we only offer parking spaces with no restrictions so you need no permit and can rest assured you won’t get any fines.
Car Park options in Canary Wharf include:
- Cabot Square Car Park: Entrance on Cooks Close
- Canada Square Car Park: Entrance on Montgomery Street
- Jubilee Place Car Park: Entrance on Bank Street
- Westferry Circus Car Park: Entrance on West India Avenue
As a cheaper alternative to short-term parking, you can spend £10 in Waitrose Food & Home Monday to Friday, excluding Bank Holidays, and enjoy 2 hours’ free parking. To get 2 hours’ free parking, ask for your ticket to be validated at the point of purchase and use in the pay on foot machines before returning to your car.
From Canary Wharf you can take the DLR to explore the Greenwich Peninsular, home to the 02 Arena which has a changing programme of a range of fantastic shows and concerts. Before a viewing, head into Greenwich Village, and take a stroll in Greenwich Park. If it’s a clear day you can admire the views across to London from SevernDroog Castle, or book in to see the stars from the Royal Greenwich Observatory.
Alternatively, a short journey west takes you to Whitechapel, where you can take in the latest exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery and discover many other creative hubs. For lunch, there are delicious stalls at Old Spitalfields Market, the perfect accompaniment to Brick Lane Shopping.
Other popular locations nearby include Blackheath and Shooters Hill; Southwark, home to the Tate Modern; and Bermondsey with the White Cube Gallery and independent delis including the famous José tapas bar.
Find great and convenient parking spaces in short walking distances to these unmissable attractions on our search results page.
From Central London, you can reach Canary Wharf by the A1023, which takes you directly to Westminster along the bank of the Thames. Alternatively, the A13 through Whitechapel connects to the A12 going north, reaching Stratford and the M25.
Canary Wharf station is on the Jubilee Line, with swift connection to London Bridge, Westminster and Waterloo. The DLR network runs from Bank and Tower Gateway to Stratford, Beckton and Lewisham.
Thames Clippers currently operates four peak services per hour to Canary Wharf pier from central London (Waterloo) in the west and Woolwich in the east.
There are charging points located at several different locations across Canary Wharf, including at Canary Wharf Shopping Centre and Waitrose Canary Wharf.
As you may already know, that Blue Badge allows you to park in more places, for longer, and often free of charge!
In Canary Wharf there are many designated disabled parking bays for Blue Badge holders at various locations. You can view these bays on the Tower Hamlets Council online map viewer.
Vehicles displaying Blue Badges can also park:
- on single or double yellow lines (except where there is a ban on loading or unloading) for up to 3 hours. Clocks must be displayed.
- free of charge and without time limit where on-street pay & display parking facilities apply.
The disabled badge must always be correctly displayed
Take care, a Blue Badge must not be used to park in any of the following places:
- Where a loading ban is in force (shown by yellow kerb dashes)
- Where there are double white lines in the centre of the road (even if one of the lines is a broken line)
- In a bus lane during its hours of operation
- In a cycle lane
- On a pedestrian crossing area
- On a footway or pavement
- Next to a dropped footway or on a raised carriageway where pedestrians or vehicles need access to the road
- In a bay marked for other types of vehicles, such as an ambulance, taxi or loading bay
- In a loading bay, in a residents bay, in a business bay
- In a permit holders only bay
- Personalised disabled bays
- On school ‘keep clear’ markings
- On a bay or area where parking has been suspended e.g. with yellow signs
Overnight, weekends & bank holidays
Don’t get caught out looking for a parking space in Canary Wharf! Restrictions are in place Monday to Friday, however, there are lots of parking options available to you, and many overnight off-street car parks in Canary Wharf run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Enter your dates and times into our search results page and find a space with a time scale that suits you. On Bank Holidays and weekends, parking is free in any on-street space in Canary Wharf.
Have you considered making a bit of extra cash from your empty Canary Wharf parking space? If not, you might want to consider this! Parking in Canary Wharf is in very high demand and you could see yourself making a considerable profit from that unused driveway or allocated space which you may have forgotten even existed. Go to our list your space for free page to start earning!
Is parking free on Saturday in Canary Wharf?
Canary Wharf Controlled Parking Zone is in Zone D of Tower Hamlets. In this area, restrictions are in place Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 5.30pm. Parking is free in Canary Wharf on Saturdays and Sundays. During restricted hours you can find pay and display parking, charging £3.70 per hour.
Is parking free on Sunday in Canary Wharf?
On Sunday, parking is free in any on-street parking space in Tower Hamlets. Restrictions around Canary Wharf are in place Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 5.30pm. During the week, you can
find pay and display parking, charging £3.70 per hour.
Is there parking near the Hilton Canary Wharf?
There are a number of parking spaces available near the Hilton Canary Wharf. A recommended place to park is in the parking spaces located on Discovery Dock East in London. The spaces are available 24/7 and are close to Canary Wharf and Heron Quays DLR Station. They are suitable for vehicles up to the size of a Van and are located right by Hilton London Canary Wharf. Another excellently located place to park near the Hilton Canary Wharf would be in parking spaces located on Manilla Street. The spaces are suitable for vehicles up to the size of a large 4x4. These spaces are available 6am - 8pm every day, offering convenient short term parking for Canary Wharf and the surrounding areas.
Is there parking near the Novotel Canary Wharf?
There are lots of options to choose from when parking near the Novotel Canary Wharf. For short-term parking, you can pre-book spaces on Manilla Street. These spaces are available 6am – 8pm every day and are suitable for vehicles up to the size of a large 4x4. For longer-term parking, there is secure underground parking on Cassilis Road, which is available for rental on a long term basis with a monthly rolling contract. You will have an allocated parking space and access is available with a key fob 24hours a day 7 days a week.
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Latest Canary Wharf parking reviews
Great location, secure underground space access was through the consierge who was fully aware and helpful, I will definatly recommend anyone and will use againJohn
Good space big enough for a Toyota hilux.. Little Expensive tho.Neil
Stopped in the spot 17/07/19, great off road spot plenty of room, we were doing a bit of a round trip to Highgate Cemetery, Elephant and Castle and Leicester square for a show, the space is situated basically next to the N4 bus stop which takes you up the hill and drops you near to Highgate park which you cut through for the Cemetery. The space is also under 200yrds from Tufnell Park Tube station which is on the Euston line and takes you straight into town. I had a quick question and sent a text to the owner, he responded almost straight away. All in all I have no negatives just positives to say about this, thanks to the owner for the use of the space and the low cost parking in London. I shall use it again next time I am down. One note for the wise although not about the parking space use the lifts at the tube station it’s a long way up or down the spiral staircase lol, I did not queue for the lift either it’s a quite station. thumbs up all roundKieran
Great location & very easy booking for secure parking.Christine
It is a tiny car park, but the location was good for me, the price was good, and the parking is secure and covered. I drive a convertible and happily parked there without bothering to put the top up.Jaafar
I would definitely recommend this parking. The owner was super helpful and very kind, doing her best to respond to questions and solve issues. The parking is safe and behind a large gate, which really gives you a sense of security and has 24 hrs access. The added bonus is that you are helping one school improve children's education through smart use of their assets.Mirjana
I would highly recommend this parking space, it is very secure was super easy to find and the owner gave us extremely clear instructions on how to find it and gave a contact number if we encountered any problems - which we didn’t as it was very straight forward!Katie
Always such a pleasure to use this app for parking - easy, cheap, convenient, clean and much less of a worry. It would have cost us at least 4 times what we paid to go to London on the train. Will always continue to use this method.Hilary