Information about Parking in Caterham
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Caterham is a town in the Tandridge District of Surrey in south-east England. Administratively, the town is split into two: Caterham on the Hill and Caterham Valley.
Caterham’s close proximity to London means that it is a commuter town, with a few small to medium scale businesses, such as pubs, restaurants, and shopping areas, spread across the area. Caterham was well known for Caterham Cars, makers of the Caterham 7 sports car, however, the business moved to Crawley in 2013.
Caterham on the Hill has a population of approximately 12,000 people, while the greater Caterham area has a population of over 22,000.
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Parking in Caterham
There are 2 carparks managed by the Tandridge District Council in the Caterham area.
Town End, Caterham-On-The-Hill (CR3 5UX)
Charges are as per below and apply from Monday to Saturday, 7am to 7pm.
- 0-3 hours is free
- 3 to 4 hours is £1.20
- 4 to 5 hours is £2.60
- 5 to 6 hours is £3.70
Free parking is available on Sundays.
- No vehicles over two metres high.
- No caravans, motorhomes, or trailers.
Penalties for parking violations will be enforced, so ensure that you read all signage before leaving your car.
Caterham Station Car Park (CR3 6LB)
This carpark is open 24 hours, 7 days a week and offers 109 parking bays.
- Monday to Saturday is £5.95/day
- Sunday & Bank Holiday is £2.25/day
- Weekly ticket is £24.80
- A monthly ticket is £81.70
- Annual Ticket is £603.00
- 2-metre maximum vehicle height
There is also a carpark at Morrisons, Caterham Valley (CR3 6HY) that offers free parking, with a stay limited to 3 hours.
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The Arc: Formally an army barracks, this space, now described as an ‘urban village’, is in the heart of the Caterham. There are a variety of things to do from big events to daily activities, such as taking a Pilates or Aikido class, enjoying a morning coffee in the café, checking out a fashion show, taking the kids to the soft-play playground, or stopping in for a drink and a meal at the licensed bar and bistro.
Queen’s Park: Whether it’s some exercise you are looking for, a game of tennis perhaps, or simply a pleasant stroll; Queen’s Park, home to local sports teams, has public tennis courts, a large playground, and makes for a great walking spot ‑ dog walkers welcome!
Skaterham: The UK’s only skatepark built inside a chapel, Skaterham welcomes BMX, skateboarders, Scooters and inline riders. Skaterham operates an ‘affordable for all’ model, attracting around 400 to 500 visitors per week, from age 5 to 25 plus. There are few other such dramatic settings to see flips and tricks on the arches and columns that make up Skaterham.
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Getting to Caterham
By Train: Caterham Station (postcode CR3 6LB) has frequent trains to London Victoria Station and London Bridge.
By Bus: Caterham is connected by bus to surrounding towns like East Grinstead, Croydon, Redhill, and Oxted. Buses to London are also available, although travelling by train is more popular.
By Car: Take the A22 to get to Caterham.
Disabled Parking in Caterham
Caterham Car Parks Disabled Parking:
Town End, Caterham-On-The-Hill (CR3 5UX): Parking is free as long as your Blue Badge parking permit is displayed. This applies to all bays in the car park, Blue Badge designated car parks and non-Blue Badge designated car parks. There are no time restrictions.
Morrisons Caterham Valley (CR3 6HY): Parking is free for all, but with a 3-hour time limit.
Caterham Station Car Park (CR3 6LB): Disabled parking is free at the station, however, Blue Badge holders must register their vehicles with Connect Cashless Parking, connectcashlessparking
The Blue Badge parking scheme is operational in Caterham. To search for the disable car park that is closest to your destination, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Caterham. These can be found at:
- Godstone Road Station (CR8 5BG)
- Shell Recharge Sanderstead (CR2 9LE)
- 40 Godstone Road (CR8 5JE)
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Parking at Town End, Caterham-On-The-Hill Car Park is free on Sundays and bank holidays.
Morrisons Caterham Valley offers free parking for three hours maximum, Monday to Sunday.
Caterham Station Car Park has a charge of £2.25 on Sundays and bank holidays.
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How long does it take to travel between London and Caterham?
London to Caterham is about a 50-minute drive or a 45-minute train trip.
Is there a resident parking permit scheme in Caterham?
Yes, the Tandridge District Council cooperates a resident parking permit scheme whereby a parking permit may be purchased by residents and local traders allowing for special parking privileges.
What local events are there in Caterham?
Caterham main events include the Caterham Carnival, Caterham Festival, The Rotary Club Fireworks display, and the half marathon and East Bunny Fun Run.
What is the encampment on the top of White Hill in Caterham Valley?
At the top of White Hill in Caterham Valley is an ancient fort called The Cardinal’s Cap.
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Latest Caterham parking reviews
easy to use - easy to find - BRILLIANT will use againChristine
Could do with better signage to inform long stay customers that they should park on the 3rd floor.Tony
Easy to find but exit signage isn't very clear. Parked at back of lower floor but should have gone up as exit is on the top floorHelen
not 100% clear on where you can park but think its fine as long as you park away from the morrisons entrance, had no problemsAshleigh
IT was cheaper than others, easy to find although i wasn't sure at first if i had the right place .Debbie
It was quick and easy.It was not very clear which floor I could park on.It said park at rear of carpark away from Morrisons but does that mean only thr ground floor or any floor.There were no spaces on ground so I parked on first floor at rear and it was fine.More detail on parking areas would be good. ThanksNarinda
Very easy to organise, thank you!Andrew