Information about Parking in Liverpool
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Rodney Street, Liverpool is known for its Georgian architecture and for having a large numbers of doctors who practise there (it has been called the Harley Street of the North).
There are also over 60 Grade II listed buildings and one Grade II former church on the street. With Hope Street and Gambier Terrace, it forms the Rodney Street conservation area.
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Liverpool Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Parking at Rodney Street, Liverpool
On street parking bays close to Rodney Street
Parking bays in the inner zone may be used and paid for between Monday and Sunday, 8am to 6pm. Note that individual bays are not marked out on the road.
Charges: Up to 30 minutes: £1.00; Up to 1 hour: £2.00; Up to 1 hour and 3 minutes: £3.00; Up to 2 hours: £4.00; Up to 4 hours (maximum stay): £5.00
Berry Street (southeast side, northeast of Knight Street) - 4 spaces
Newington Street (.3 miles north-west of Rodney Street) – 9 spaces
Renshaw Street (.2 miles north-west of Rodney Street) – 25 spaces
Colquitt Street (.2 miles west of Rodney Street) – 12 spaces
Off Street Parking close to Rodney Street
Liverpool Central Car Park
- Address: Heathfield Street (L1 4AT)
- Open 24 hours, 7 days a week
- Car wash service available
- Height Restriction: 2.1 metres
Up to 1 hour/ £1.00; Up to 1-2 hours/ £2.00; 2-4 hours/ £4.00; 4-6 hours/ £6.00; 6-24 hours/ £8.00; All day/ £6.00 (enter after midnight and leave before 11:59pm the same day); Night Parking/ £3.50 (enter after 6pm and exit before 6am the next day).
Early Bird Parking: Monday to Friday, £8.00, enter between 6am & 9am and leave between 3pm & 7pm the same day. Weekly early bird parking, £40, no overnight parking.
Getting to Rodney Street, Liverpool
Liverpool Lime Street station (L1 1JD) is located north-west of Rodney Street, just a 12-minute walk away.
Liverpool Central station is located on Ranelagh Street (L1 1JT). The station is located to the west of Rodney Street, just a 10 minute walk away.
Liverpool One Bus & Coach Station is located on Canning Place (L1 8JX). The station is a 15 minute walk, west of Rodney Street.
Queen Square Bus Station is located on Hood St (L1 1RG), a 15 minute walk north of Rodney Street. The station is located opposite Liverpool Lime Street railway station.
There is also a bus stop at the corner of Rodney and Mount Pleasant Street, a stop at the intersection of Pilgrim Street and Upper Duke Street, and bus stops along the A5039 close to Rodney Street.
Disabled Parking in Rodney Street, Liverpool
Blue Badge parking is available across the city of Liverpool.
To see a map with all disabled bays close to Rodney Street, Liverpool, visit the Blue Badge Parking website.
Need a boost? Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in the Rodney Street, Liverpool area. You will find these at:
- Liverpool Philharmonic Car Park (L1 9BP)
- 14 Falkner Street (L8 7PZ)
- Mount Pleasant Car Park (L3 5TB)
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Are there any restaurants on Rodney Street, Liverpool?
Yes. Restaurants on Rodney Street include: Roski Restaurant, Café Porto, Bistro Qui, Kari Food, and Bao & Bap.
How far from Liverpool One Bus & Coach Station is Rodney Street?
Liverpool One Bus & Coach Station is located on Canning Place (L1 8JX). The station is around a 15 minute walk from Rodney Street.
Are there any hotels on Rodney Street, Liverpool?
Yes, the Atlantic Apartments and Elysium Liverpool hotels are on Rodney Street.
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Latest Liverpool parking reviews
Easy to use combined with good value for money. I would recommend to any future individuals looking safe parking.Robert
Very well lit and clean car park. Pin entry system with roller shutter Only issue would be that on exit anyway can enter the car parking via the hotel lobby and access the car park and no pin is required to exit, the barrier is automatic.Ian
This parking is located in a very good location for the people how’s staying at the hotels around there. Very much cheaper but is quiet hard to find it because the address isn’t shown me the right location and was hard to me to allocate. I had to ask at the receptionist of the hotel where I was staying where it is. A part of that everything whent right.Judith
Great parking, felt safe leaving my car there and very conveinient locationKate
always lots of space, great central location and cctv in operation.. I can just never seem to find the way out but that's probably just a me thing =)Sarah
Very handy and safeNicky
Excellent value but difficult to find the exit from the ground floor.Clive
But of a phaff to find, it’s on the main road but looks like a piece of waste ground. Excellent value though, £13 for 16 hours, come and go as you please.Paula