Off-street car parks
A great range of car parks
We own and manage a number of car parks throughout the district.
Car parks in the villages are FREE: small car parks which are free of charge.
Town parking in Ashby and Coalville is pay and display.
New Pay & Display machines with advanced technology to take card payments including a contactless option have recently been introduced. This has given us the opportunity introduce a Weekly and Monthly ticket for our Coalville car parks
All the car parks are governed by the Car Parking Places Orders
From this page you can find information and links to parking in North West Leicestershire - including the location of car parks, and charges.
You can also buy a car parking season ticket if you need to park regularly.
Remember - it's free to park after 3pm in Coalville!
Leicestershire County Council is the Highway Authority and is responsible for on-street parking. The district council's Civil Enforcement Officers enforce the restrictions on behalf of the county.
Parking regulations include illegal parking on single and double yellow lines, disabled parking bays, and in bus stops and taxi ranks.
Please be considerate to pedestrians when you park
- Car parking bays in North West Leicestershire (private and public) (Excel Spreadsheet, 0.1 Mb)
- Car parking trading account 2017-18 (Excel Spreadsheet, 0.1 Mb)
Yes - season tickets are available at a discounted rate. An agreement with the shopping centre owners and us allows for a number of free car parking spaces on the Market Hall Car Park.
Yes - season tickets are available at discounted prices which residents may purchase. There are no charges after 5pm.
All public car parks in Coalville and Ashby plus some private car parks including the Royal Hotel car park in Ashby.
Blue Badge holders are exempt from charges.
Official visitors to our office are able to park free of charge for up to half an hour. There are a number of bays to accommodate this. If their business at the council is likely to take longer than these visitors must pay and display.
Last updated: Thu 7 March, 2019 @ 16:17