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Huddersfield has fantastic culture, music and outdoors scene. Some of the highlights include Oakwell Hall and Country Park with its award-winning period gardens, the Bronte sister’s legacy and the Dewsbury Heritage Trail series.
Parking in Huddersfield can be tricky to navigate, with much of the parking restricted in the town centre. Most of the on-street Huddersfield parking throughout restricted and the car-park parking has charges in place Monday – Sunday inclusive.
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Both long term and short term parking is available with our hourly and weekly booking options, 24hours a day seven days a week. You can find overnight parking in Huddersfield as well as short and long-stay parking in Huddersfield on our online search map.
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4.7 out of 5 stars
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Parking in Central Huddersfield
Parking in Huddersfield City centre is restricted much of the week. Both long term and short term parking is available with our hourly and weekly booking options, 24hours a day seven days a week. Kirklees Council offers parking spaces in off-street locations across Huddersfield, and the charging hours are from Monday to Saturday 8am – 6pm, while parking on Sundays is free until 12 noon.
Parking restrictions to look out for are:
- Pay and Display bays where you can stay for 1,2, 4 or 5 hours depending on where you are
- 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
No one wants a fine in the mail. So, on the YourParkingSpace map, we make sure that we only offer parking spaces that you are entitled to park in!
The Huddersfield is an exciting area to explore, with some fantastic day trips on its doorstep. Take a trip to nearby Oakwell Hall, Victoria Castle or Standedge Tunnel. In Huddersfield itself make sure not to miss Huddersfield open market and the Lawrence Batley Theatre. For the great outdoors, take a day trip from the City. Hike or cycle through the Otley Chevin Forest for beautiful Wharfedale views from the 282-metre summit.
Leeds is only a short drive away, with excellent shopping, dining and culture all over the city. If you’re looking for culture, check out The Henry Moore Institute, dedicated to celebrating sculpture or The Tetley centre for contemporary art. For public art, check out the iconic ‘Cornucopia’ next to Corn Exchange and the UK’s tallest mural ‘Athena Rising’. After a break from shopping, head to pretty Roundhay Park, one of the biggest city parks in Europe, or Temple Newsam set in Capability Brown landscape.
Bradford offers a great mix of beauty and heritage and is home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites as well as the UK’s National Media Museum and the Cartwright Hall.
Find great and convenient parking spaces in short walking distances to these unmissable attractions on our search results page.
The M1 connects Huddersfield to other major cities like Leeds, Nottingham, Leicester and London, while the M62 takes you to the Manchester area.
Huddersfield Train Station is located in the heart of Huddersfield and is managed by TransPennine express. It is also served by Northern trains and is the second busiest station in West Yorkshire after Leeds. There is no car parking in front of the station as it is situated on St George’s Square, a pedestrian zone area. Station parking is available nearby on Brook Street.
There are several electric charging points across Huddersfield, including at Kingsgate Shopping Centre Car Park, Cambridge Hotel and Morrisons Elland.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website
As you may know already, Disabled Parking badges allow you to park for longer in most spaces and often for free!
In Huddersfield, there is on-street parking in several locations across the town reserved for Blue Badge holders only. Off-street car parks also have spaces reserved for Blue Badge Holders. In Albion on-street parking there are 2 spaces for disabled people, in Bath Street Car Park there are 3 spaces and in Brook Street Car Park there is 1 space, in corporation street car park there are 9 designated spaces for disabled people.
With a blue badge you can:
- park on-street for free and without time limit at both metered and 'pay and display' sites
- park in designated disabled bays free and without time limit unless the sign states otherwise. Make sure to display your parking clock must be displayed with your blue badge
- park on single or double yellow lines for up to 3 hours with both your blue badge and parking clock displayed. Always check local signs
- park in resident parking permit bays without a time limit
Overnight, weekends & bank holidays
Don’t panic, many overnight off-street car parks in Huddersfield run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
On weekends, parking is charged for a fee in Huddersfield, and charges still apply in some car parks. There is free parking on Bank holidays in Huddersfield.
Got access to empty parking spaces in central Huddersfield or near Huddersfield airport? Register your driveway, parking space or lock-up garage with us. It’s free to list and takes just two minutes. Sit back, relax and watch the bookings roll in. Go to our list your space for free page to start earning!
How to apply for a parking permit in Huddersfield?
You can apply online for a Huddersfield parking permit through the Kirklees council website. You must provide proof of vehicle ownership and proof of address. You can apply for resident permits, visitor permits, business and landlord permits, special residential permits, worship permits and trader permits depending on your needs. The cost of a resident permit is £15 and is valid for as long as you own the vehicle. Open visitor permits are free of charge and valid for as long as you live at the property, and annual open visitor is a second permit which costs £15 per year and needs to be renewed each year.
How much is parking at Huddersfield train station?
There is no car parking in front of Huddersfield train station as it is situated on St George’s Square, a pedestrian zone area. Station parking is available nearby on Brook Street. One recommended place to park is parking at Union Bank Yard in Huddersfield, which is only a short walk to the station. This parking is available 24h a day on all days, with a daily rate of under £10. An alternative is parking at Cherry Tree Centre or New North Road Baptist Church which can be booked on the App or online in advance with YourParkingSpace.
What time is free parking in Huddersfield?
Kirklees Council manages parking in off-street locations across Huddersfield as well as pay and display locations. The charging hours are from Monday to Saturday 8am – 6pm, while parking on Sundays is free until 12 noon. There is free parking in Huddersfield on Sundays before 12 noon and between 6pm in the evening and 8am in the morning on all other days. In most areas in Huddersfield, there is free parking on Bank Holidays, check local signage.
How much is parking in Huddersfield centre?
There is parking available in central Huddersfield on the YourParkingSpace map. The average daily price for parking in Huddersfield is £4.75. One recommended place to park close to Huddersfield station is parking at The Cherry Tree Centre on Market Street only 2 minutes from the centre, or parking at Union Bank Yard in Huddersfield, which is available 24h a day on all days, with a daily rate of under £10.
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Latest Huddersfield parking reviews
Really easy to find, although postcode sends you to front car park and you need to be in rear one, follow entrance to sainsburys. We arrived bang on time and struggled to find a free parking space though. Good location if parking for football as 10 minute walk from stadium.Joanne
Make sure you go into reception and book in The space at the front is tiny and you need to book into the bigger carpark at the back Otherwise brilliantMark
Great location, easy to find & very secureAaron Fawcett
Ideal for football groundGraham
Difficult to find bit provided with detailed written instructions by Premier Inn.Chris
Good location for HTFC. 15 minute walk . Easy to locate. Recommend.Andrew
Busy car park however it is rather cramped and you have to be careful of the bollards as you can easily scrape it. Good location and there was a security guard wandering around.Rebecca
Great space and great priceMichael George
"Your Parking Space" advertises the wrong address for this booking (Premier Inn Huddersfield). There are 2 car parks at this Premier Inn. They send their customers to the small car park on St Andrews Road (as per picture) which is not for their customers. If you park there, you will end up with a fine. I was lucky that the hotel manager came out and explained to me where to go. I was heading for a parking fine. I have asked "Your Parking Space" to change the address to the Premier Inn big car park accessible from Wakefield Road (shared entrance with Sainsbury), just round the corner. If not, good place to park to go to the John Smith Stadium.Didier
Good place to park for football fansPaul