Free Parking in Walthamstow

Free Parking in Walthamstow

If you regularly travel to Walthamstow, either for work or just to head to the local shops, you will know that parking charges really add up, especially if you are visiting daily.

This is why we have created this guide to help you find free parking in Walthamstow, saving you money during your visits.

You’ll be pleased to know there is free parking without restrictions as well as alternative cheap parking in Walthamstow.

4 places to park for free in Walthamstow (2024)

The following streets offer un-restricted FREE parking spots in Walthamstow:

  • Beacontree Avenue (North side)
  • Pentire Road
  • Guildford Road
  • Cobham Road

You should always check for any newly installed restriction signs before leaving your car.

What to know about parking free in Walthamstow

When parking, please be considerate of others, especially local residents. You should always leave access routes, including driveways and private roads, clear. Never double park as emergency services and large vehicles may need to pass.

Lastly, ensure you park legally. Whilst we take care to ensure we provide you with the most up to date information, things can change quickly, so always check for any newly erected signage or newly laid yellow lines.

Cheapest monthly parking in Walthamstow

We found the cheapest car park for monthly parking in Walthamstow to be 17&Central Car Park which costs £95 per month making it ideal for commuters.

You can use this car park 7 days a week, including overnight, and leave and re-enter the car park as many times as you need to, although you must pre-book.

Free car parks in Walthamstow

You can park for free at the following council run car parks in Walthamstow between 5pm and 9am:

  • Bedford Road Car Park
  • Brandon Road Car Park
  • Stanley Road Car Park
  • High Street Car Park
  • Mission Grove Car Park
  • Hall Lane Car Park
  • Richmond Road Car Park
  • Linford Road Car Park
  • Church Lane Car Park
  • Town Hall Car Park
  • Willow House Car Park

You can park for free in Walthamstow on a weekend and bank holiday at Town Hall Car Park and Willow House Car Park.

Free on-street parking in Walthamstow

Parking is free in cashless PayByPhone bays around Walthamstow town centre between the hours of 1pm and 2pm.

You can also park for free at the following on-street parking bays in Walthamstow between 6.30pm and 8am and all-day Sunday:

  • Buxton Road, E17
  • Carrisbrooke Road, E17
  • Coppermill Lane, E17
  • Leucha Road, E17
  • Maude Road, E17
  • Mission Grove, E17
  • Pretoria Road, E17

Free motorcycle parking in Walthamstow

If you are travelling to Walthamstow by motorcycle, you can park for free after 6.30pm at on-street parking bays and after 5pm in council run car parks:

Council Run Car Parks:

  • Bedford Road Car Park
  • Brandon Road Car Park
  • Stanley Road Car Park
  • High Street Car Park
  • Mission Grove Car Park
  • Hall Lane Car Park
  • Richmond Road Car Park
  • Linford Road Car Park
  • Church Lane Car Park
  • Town Hall Car Park
  • Willow House Car Park

On-Street Parking Bays

  • Buxton Road, E17
  • Carrisbrooke Road, E17
  • Coppermill Lane, E17
  • Leucha Road, E17
  • Maude Road, E17
  • Mission Grove, E17
  • Pretoria Road, E17

Residential parking in Walthamstow

If you are a resident in Walthamstow where permits are required, you can apply for a residents parking permit.

In order to apply, you will need to prove you are a resident, so will be required to provide proof of address and proof of vehicle.

The cost of the permit will depend on the emissions of your vehicle. Prices range from £45 per year to £185 per year for your first permit.

Other towns and cities nearby

If you’re visiting the area for a short trip or just looking for things to do nearby, you can explore these towns and cities that are near to Walthamstow:

About the Author

Hi, my name is Amber and I’m here to help find you suitable free parking in towns and cities across the UK.

When I visit new towns and cities, I always take note of where you can (legally) park for free, whether this be on-street parking bays or council run car parks, which offer free parking during certain hours of the day.

Although I take every effort to ensure this information is up to date and correct, if you notice an issue, please get in touch so I can rectify it for everyone.

Amber

Information was last updated on January 13th, 2024