Information about Parking in Portslade
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Portslade forms part of the city of Brighton and Hove. Call it up-and-coming, the area has seen significant development in recent years. With prices on the rise in Brighton (or already risen) people have started to look west.
As the population grows, so too does the demand for parking. This is becoming a problem for both commuters and residents, particularly in the area surrounding Portslade Station.
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Portslade Parking Statistics
4.8 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Portslade
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705 parking spaces
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Parking in Portslade
The High Street in Portslade is on Boundary Road, where you’ll find local shops, pubs and chain stores like Aldi. Note that Aldi Portslade parking is managed by ParkingEye, and time limits may apply (1.5 hours).
Portslade train station is also found in this area. During peak hours, parking near Portslade Station is in hot demand. So hot in fact, that residents in the area have become frustrated at having to fight it out with commuters.
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Getting to Portslade
By Car: Portslade is easily accessible from Brighton via the A270. The A23 (London Road) connects with the A27, which crowns Portslade to the north.
By Train: Brighton and Portslade are connected via the Thameslink and Southern train lines. Portslade Station also offers a direct Train to London Victoria.
The main attraction in this area is certainly Brighton. Portslade is just a stone’s throw from the pebbled beaches, trendy restaurants, and hip bars of neighbouring Brighton.
Disabled Parking in Portslade
There are 3 disabled parking spaces at Portslade station, and several dotted throughout the main shopping area along Boundary Road.
A vehicle displaying a Blue Badge in Brighton & Hove can park in:
- disabled bays (with the exception of personalised disabled bays which may only be used by the disabled permit holder)
- pay & display bays
- shared use bays.
Always check the sign before you park.
Many of the residential areas in the city are subject to restricted parking. If you live in a controlled parking zone (CPZ) you may qualify for a resident permit. A Portslade parking permit does not guarantee you a parking space though.
Need a boost? You’ll find a Chargemaster Charging Station on Victoria Road. A network of all the electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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How much does parking cost at Portslade train station?
There are only 22 spaces available at the station. Pricing starts from £4.25 and monthly tickets are available.
Is there free parking at the Portslade Town Hall?
Yes, Portslade Town Hall parking is available. Keep in mind that spaces are limited.
How long is the commute from Portslade Station to Brighton Station?
The journey by train is approximately 7 minutes.
How long is the commute from Portslade Station to London Victoria?
The journey takes roughly 1 hour and 15 minutes on the Southern Line.
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Latest Portslade parking reviews
Great place near pierSandra
Great space and locationLouise
Parking space good, short cab ride into Brighton town.Wendy
Great parking space. Only problem we ha was given wrong code to get back in .which meant a long walk around the block in the rainNeil
Easy and smooth booking process, easy to find, plenty of spaces and great security. Definitely recommend.Dominic
It was great! We arrived at the parking barrier, it went up, we went in and left our car knowing it was in a secure location just a few minuets away from our hotel. The next day we still had time to put our suitcase in the car and explore the town before collecting our car and heading out. Cheapest parking I've ever had in Brighton for that length of stay.Julie
Very happy with the space and would definitely use again. Very quiet, plenty to choose from and plenty of parking room. Things I will know for next time: 1. You drive in on the 1st floor, it's best to park on the ground floor for easy entrance to the hotel. 2. You don't need a code to leave. Also, it says wait for a green light to leave the car park, I waited but it didn't come so I just drove out with no problems on red. 3. Turn right just after the Grand and before the Hilton. Once you have done that it easy to find the left turn shortly after.Mark