Free Parking in Beeston & Stapleford – Selected Time & Car Parks only

Shoppers can take advantage of additional free parking in Broxtowe Borough Council’s car parks. 

In addition to no parking charges after 4.00pm Monday to Friday in all Council car parks (except Station Road car park near Beeston train station), there is now also free parking after 12 noon on Saturdays.

And all day free car parking is available on Saturdays at the following selected car parks:

  • Devonshire Avenue car park, Beeston
  • Oxford Street car park, Eastwood
  • Victoria Street car park, Kimberley
  • Halls Road car park, Stapleford

The Parking Enforcement Team will still patrol all the car parks from 8am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and all other restrictions still apply during this period including the 3 hour maximum stay policy in short stay car parks.     

Only 1 free voucher per day per car park is allowed.

For more information, please visit www.broxtowe.gov.uk/carparks, or contact Broxtowe Borough Council on the details provided.

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2 Responses to Free Parking in Beeston & Stapleford – Selected Time & Car Parks only

  1. Mike Johnson says:

    Should our Borough Council be discouraging the use of Car’s rather than encouraging the use by offering Free Parking. If we had much better Public Transport service then we would not need to use our cars so much. A Bus every hour between Bramcote and Beeston the L10 is not good enough. Buses into Nottingham are far more frequent so we do not normally use our cars when shopping in the City of Nottingham.

    • RichHartman says:

      Fact is that people are generally wedded to their cars. It’s really important to keep the town centre as an attractive destination and it’s well known that parking charges are a disincentive for people coming into local town centres to shop rather than going out of town. Car parking charges are a cash cow for the council and this income needs to be balanced about helping the shops and the town centre survive.
      Nottingham centre has a bigger & different pulling power than Beeston and the two don’t really compete with each other for shopping/town centre purposes
      Improving bus services and even subsidising public transport (which is how it should be) is a much wider issue.

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