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Information about parking in and around

Car parks across Liverpool are in high demand due to Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ) there is no free parking within the city centre between 8am and 6pm applying every day throughout the year, however, there are a small number of Pay and Display parking bays dotted across the city that can be used for short periods of time. Due to this parking in Liverpool can be difficult and many of the central car parks in Liverpool are currently overpriced, meaning finding a parking space can be a challenge, especially if you’re looking for a cheaper option for your commute, or to park for longer periods of time. With this in mind, it’s useful to know that one can find a place to park for your commute or to park for longer periods of time easily, with a simple search, on the Place2Park website, parking can be easier.

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Additional Information

Below is some additional information about parking in and around Liverpool.

Nearby Attractions

Liverpool has a vast amount of history, as the famous birthplace of The Beatles, (who some would argue had quite a successful spell) and now home to many fine bars, restaurants and shops for all to enjoy, as well as a UNESCO Heritage Waterfront the wonderful Albert Dock. Liverpool also has a great sporting tradition, with two Premier League football clubs, Liverpool and Everton, having their homes in the north of the city either side of Stanley Park, so there’s plenty to do and see in Liverpool.

Public Transport

Public transport in Liverpool is generally very good. The city is served by two main railway networks: Network Rail which primarily operates main line national trains, and Merseyrail, which operates local trains.

Liverpool’s main railway station, Liverpool Lime Street, has regular trains to and from London, Manchester and other major cities in the country, and the nearby Liverpool Central acts as the main hub for local travel.

Disabled Parking

There are a number of designated disabled bays throughout Liverpool city centre, and Blue Badge holders may park in any of Liverpool’s on-street pay-and-display spaces and most city council-operated car parks free of charge with no time limit. And as with most of the UK, Blue Badge holders can park on single or double yellow lines for up to 3 hours, unless there is a ban on loading or unloading.

Electric Vehicles

There are charging ports for electric vehicles across the city centre. Liverpool John Lennon Airport has installed Merseyside’s first Rapid Charging Point for electric vehicles in partnership with green energy company Ecotricity.

Space Owners in Liverpool

Do you have an unused driveway or parking space in or around Liverpool city centre? Earn money by renting out your space with Place2Park. It’s completely free to list your space and it only takes a few minutes to get up and running and you could be earning an easy extra income in no time.