Rent a Middlesbrough Parking Space
Middlesbrough is a large post-industrial town, located on the south bank of the River Tees in North Yorkshire.
Middlesbrough has a vibrant town centre with a wide choice of shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. There are also plenty of parks, galleries and museums to enjoy.
There are a number of different parking options in Middlesbrough. These include long stay and short stay car parks, as well as on-street parking. Parking in Middlesbrough town centre is in high demand for commuters and visitors.
This is where YourParkingSpace can help.
YourParkingSpace provides a quick and simple online platform for reserving a parking space in advance. A wide choice of off-street parking spaces across Middlesbrough, including driveways and lock-up garages, are available in some of the most popular areas of the city. All of this for prices as low as £2.
Book in advance with YourParkingSpace so that you can spend more time exploring the bustling town centre of Middlesbrough.
Let us meet all your Middlesbrough parking needs. Options are available for both long-term and short-term parking, including hourly and weekly bookings. Cheap parking in Middlesbrough town centre is a breeze to find with YourParkingSpace.
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Middlesbrough Parking Statistics
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Parking in Central Middesbrough
Parking in Middlesbrough can be tricky, as there are some restrictions in place in certain areas. There are residents parking schemes which are divided into parking zones. There are currently eleven parking zones in Middlesbrough. Streets within the resident parking scheme zones all have signs showing which zone the street is in and the zone’s hours of operation. Outside of the hours of operation, you can park in these areas without a permit.
Other parking restrictions to look out for include:
- Double yellow lines, where you can't park.
- Single yellow lines, where you can only park at certain times. Be sure to check the signs when parking on these.
It is always worth being aware of parking restrictions that are found on bus routes and main roads to keep traffic moving during busy times in the city centre. There may also be restrictions around busy shopping areas and in residential areas around schools, junctions and crossings.
No need to risk a Middlesbrough parking fine dropping through your letterbox. YourParkingSpace only offers parking spaces that you are entitled to park in. So, you don’t have to worry about restrictions, permits or fines, leaving you free to enjoy your trip.
Middlesbrough Airport Parking
Durham Tees Valley airport is the nearest airport to Middlesbrough. Parking in the area around Durham Tees Valley airport is in high demand. Book in advance with YourParkingSpace to ensure you have easy access to a cheap, safe and convenient parking space. There are options for booking either a long stay or short stay booking.
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art is a must-see attraction. Situated in the heart of Middlesbrough, the institute hosts several art exhibitions ranging from sculpture to prints, to photographs.
The teal dome of the Dorman Museum is one of the most iconic landmarks in Middlesbrough. The Dorman Museum is a local and social history museum, first opened in 1904.
Perhaps the most famous of Middlesbrough’s attractions, the Tees Transporter Bridge is the longest working transporter bridge in the world. Visitors can take a guided tour on the upper walkway via the glass lift or in a glass gondola over the river. It is also possible to walk or cycle the entire length of the bridge.
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Middlesbrough is on the south bank of the River Tees, just a short distance from the east coast. The A19 snakes towards Middlesbrough from the north and the A66 heads in from the west. The A172 and the A19 travel towards Middlesbrough from the south.
Middlesbrough train station is managed by TransPennine Express. The station has two platforms. There are regular regional and national services heading to destinations across the UK.
In Zetland Car Park, there are two bays available for electric car charging on level one. These are free to use for a 2-hour limit. In Captain Cook Square Car Park, there are a further two bays available for electric car charging on lower level one. These are also free to use for a 2-hour limit.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Disabled Parking in Middlesbrough
Having a Blue Badge ensures that you have more options about where to park and for how long. Make sure you always check the signs before parking.
Blue Badge holders can park free of charge in any bay in council operated car parks. They may also park free of charge and without time limits in any on-street pay and display or limited waiting parking bay.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Remember that awful feeling when it’s getting dark and you don’t know where to park? YourParkingSpace can save you from this. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you can use YourParkingSpace to find a space fast before the daylight fades.
Parking in Middlesbrough after 6pm? Good news - all council car parks are free after 6pm. 24 hour parking in Middlesbrough is available. Motorists are able to leave their vehicles overnight in any of the car parks in Middlesbrough or in on-street parking. Vehicles must be moved before the charging times begin the following day or the appropriate parking fee will need to be paid. The multi-storey car parks in Middlesbrough, Captain Cook Square and Zetland, are closed overnight.
Do you have access to an empty parking space in Middlesbrough? Have you considered earning an easy extra income from your vacant driveway, parking space or lock-up garage? list your space for free in moments to watch the bookings start to roll in. Parking in Middlesbrough is in high demand and you could score a simple second income in no time.
How to apply for a parking permit in Middlesbrough?
To apply for a residents parking permit in Middlesbrough, you need to contact Middlesbrough Council. You can apply for Middlesbrough parking permits online by downloading the relevant application form from the Middlesbrough Council website.
How much is parking at Middlesbrough train station?
Parking in Middlesbrough train station costs £1 per day.
What time is free parking in Middlesbrough?
Free parking in Middlesbrough town centre is available in certain areas. You can park for up to two hours for free in the Captain Cook Square car park and the Ferry Road Car Park in Middlesbrough. The Civic Centre Car Park is free, but there are restrictions on opening times and time limits for parking. On-street parking is free for up to two hours on Jewel Streets. In the Middlehaven cashless zone, you can park for free for up to 30 minutes.
How much is parking in Middlesbrough city centre?
There are a number of options for parking in Middlesbrough city centre. Some of these options offer free parking. For others, Middlesbrough parking charges vary depending on where you choose to park and how long you want to stay. Charges start from 40p for 30 minutes, rising to £3.30 for over 4 hours.
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Latest Middlesbrough parking reviews
Uncomplicated and very easy to park and pay would recommendClaire
Didn’t use it due to concert being cancelled. But not worth pursuing fee back as so little. Will be back next time.Paul
Great place to park. Only problem with my stay was I was charged £1.50 for 30 minutes even though it’s supposed to be freeIan
Great place to eat and drink 1394072Brian
Very easy to use. I would highly recommend the app.Claire
It’s all so easy at a good price close to where I wanted to be. Miles better than cruising around the streets looking for a patch of road that isn’t painted yellow!Clive