Information about Parking in Radlett
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Radlett is a prosperous town in the Hertfordshire county in England and is situated between St Albans and Elstree. It is ideally found inside the M25 motorway corridor. The commuter town lies only 14 miles northwest of central London. In Britain it is one of the most affluent places and outside of London is the second most expensive place to buy property. Many premier league footballers have lived in the rich town like Kolo Toure, Alex Song and Dennis Wise.
The main road that runs through Radlett is called Watling street is one of the oldest tracks in Britain. There is evidence found from archaeological discoveries that Radlett was inhabited back in the Stone Age. Watling Street is a haven of numerous local and independent shops and restaurants along with some chain retailers. It is the main hub of the town. A 300 seat theatre is also housed in the town called the Radlett centre.
Radlett became somewhat of a tourist attraction and multiple popular books and stage plays were made due to the Radlett murder or Elstree murder as it was also known in 1823. William Weare was killed on Gills Hill Lane, known as Murder Lane and his body was disposed off in a pond in Elstree.
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Parking in Radlett
There are two car parks in Radlett called Newberries on Watling Street (WD7 7JH) and Radlett train station car park on Station approach (WD7 7AP).
At Newberries, there are 196 spaces which includes 7 disabled bays. There is 24 hour access to cars at this car park. The car park is free for holders of disabled blue badges. Badges and time clocks should be displayed in cars at all times.
It is open from 8.00am to 6.30pm.
Monday to Saturday charges:
- Up to 1 hour - Free (but you must get a ticket from the machine)
- 1 to 2 hours - £1.70
- 2 to 3 hours - £2.20
- 3 to 4 hours - £3.20
- 4 to 5 hours - £4.20
- Over 5 hours - £5.20
Sunday and Bank holidays charges:
Free parking overnight from 6.30pm to 8.00am.
Radlett station car park has 297 spaces including disabled spaces. Parking is free for disabled blue badge holders, but they must be registered on the Cashless Connect Parking App.
Monday to Friday charges (all day):
- Peak rate - £7.80 (In between 4.00am to 10.00am and out by 4.00am)
- Off Peak rate - £3.65 (In after 10.00am and out by 4.00am)
- Evening rate - £2.60 (In after 5.00pm and out by 12.00am)
Saturday, Sunday and Bank holidays charge (all day):
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Those wanting to stay in Radlett, check out Battlers Green Farm Shop, housed in a farmyard style setting. There are over 20 exceptional independent stores in town selling top class wines and food, alongside some other admired retailers like Osprey London, a local butchers, a holistic shop, a fishmonger and much more. Then after a long afternoon of shopping, have a scone and a pot of tea in The BullPen tea rooms. This place is a must visit.
If you are more into the arts, take a visit to the Radlett Centre and spend an evening singing along with a musical or laughing at a comical play.
A little further afield, a mere 15 minute drive, is the globally known Harry Potter Warner Brothers Studio which is a must whether you are a fan or not. Delve in the behind the scenes and see Hogwarts up close and personal and you may even meet everyone’s favourite Wizard.
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Radlett train station connects to the South and Central London. Trains to London St Pancras a hub for UK and European travel, take 25 minutes.
There are also direct services to London Gatwick and London Luton airports.
Also offering trains to Kent and Surrey areas.
Thameslink has all the necessary information needed for getting to and from Radlett by train.
UNO operates the two main buses that go through Radlett.
Number 602 goes East to West and connects Watford, Radlett, St Albans and Hatfield.
Number 655 runs North to South and connects Hatfield, St Albans, Radlett and Borehamwood.
Radlett lies close to the M25 and M1 motorways both of which connect to numerous other motorways across the South, South West and North of England. It is also near the A1 A road.
It had direct routes into central London.
Further and more detailed instructions on getting to Radlett can be found on Google maps and AA route planner.
There are trains to Radlett from Gatwick (one hour 26 minutes) and London Luton Airport (44 minute).
London Heathrow airport is a 35 minute drive.
Gatwick airport is a one hour 11 minute drive.
London Luton airport is a 24 minute drive.
All airports have domestic and international travel across Europe and the world.
Radlett doesn’t have an underground station, the nearest tube station is Watford (zone seven) which is an 18 minute drive away.
Disabled Parking in Radlett
Blue badge holders do not need to pay for parking at Newberries car park, as there is no charge. Blue badges however must be displayed clearly and the time set on the clock at all times.
There is free parking at Radlett station for disabled blue badge holders, as long as they are registered with the Cashless Connect Parking app.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Radlett, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Radlett. The closest ones to the town centre are:
- Toby Carvery Watford
- Hertsmere Borough Council Civic Centre Car Park
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
At Radlett station car park Weekends and bank holiday parking is charged at a flat rate of £2.80.
Overnight parking from 4.00am to 4.00am is £7.80.
At Newberries car park, on Saturday normal charges apply, on Sundays and Bank Holidays parking is free all day.
Overnight parking from 6.30pm to 8.00am is free.
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Is there free parking in Radlett?
Yes at Newberries car park there is one hour free parking Monday to Saturdays and free all day parking on Sundays and bank holidays.
What is there to do in Radlett?
Go on a shopping spree on one of the oldest roads in the UK Watling Street or Battlers Green Farm Shopping Village.
How far is Radlett from London?
Radlett lies a 40 minute train and tube journey away from London St Pancras and a one hour drive away from central London.
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