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Bircherley Green multi-storey car park is in the town centre

There are two multi-storey and five surface car parks in Hertford. These provide a total of 987 spaces.

Short stay charges are 80p for an hour, £1.50 for two hours and £2.20 for three hours. Four and five hour stays are charged at £2.90 and £3.60 respectively.
Long stay charges are £3.60 for 5 hours or £4.40 all day.

On street parking is available for up to 30 minutes in Fore Street and Bull Plain.

Tesco has parking for 283 cars for up to 2 hours. M&S Food also has a small pay-and-display car park for customers.

Car Parks

Town centre car parks, details and RingGo location codes.



You can top-up your parking by calling RingGo and entering the parking location code.

Call 020 3046 0010
or use the RingGo apps for iPhone and Android

www.ringgo.co.uk
Bircherley Green
multi-storey
182 spaces
short stay
CCTV
8709
Gascoyne Way
multi-storey
361 spaces
short and long stay
CCTV
Electric charge points
8710
8733
8721
8727
St.Andrew Street100 spaces
short stay
CCTV
8712
London Road102 spaces
long stay
8713
Hartham Common119 spaces
short and long stay
CCTV
8711
Hartham Lane85 spaces
short and long stay
CCTV
8714

Smartcards

Smartcards are available for use in all car parks operated by East Herts District Council. These carry a cash equivalent value and can be used with all payment machines in East Herts. A 10% discount applies to 5 hour and all day tickets purchased using the parking Smartcard.

Parking Smartcards are available from the council's Wallfields office in Pegs Lane.

Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ)

There are three Controlled Parking Zones or Residents Parking Schemes, on Folly Island (H1), Chambers Street (H2) and the Hertford East Area (H3). Hours of operation are 8am-6pm Monday to Saturday.

Other residential streets also have parking restrictions during certain hours.

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