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Albion Street 
Blanket Row 
Francis Street 
George Street 
History Centre 
John Street 
Lowgate 
Osborne Street 
Pryme Street 
Tower Street Single stay car park 
Trippett Street 
Waterhouse Lane 
Waterhouse Lane large vehicle park 
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Car parks and on street parking

Pryme Street multi storey car park and Osborne Street multi storey car park offer parking at £3 for a full day. On these two car parks only there is the option to purchase parking for periods of one month at a cost of £50. Please access each car park's information page for more detail.


Car Park closures

Hull History Centre

Hull History Centre car park will be closed from mid February 2016 for public use. For a period of approximately 18 months it will be used by the contractors who will be refurbishing the Hull New Theatre and constructing a college.

John Street

John Street car park will close permanentlt from mid March 2016. The land on which the car park sits is to form part of the new college.

Short stay car parking in the area will be provided by the existing Albion Street car park and long stay car parking is available on George Street, Pryme Street, Francis Street and Trippett Street car parks. The streets close to the Trippett Street car park are also able to be used for long stay parking.

Precise dates for these closures are not yet known. The public will be informed by signs placed on the car parks and on the relevant webpages.


Car parks

Arrow Albion Street - short stay
 
Arrow Blanket Row - long stay
 
Arrow Francis Street - long stay
 
Arrow George Street - multi storey, long stay
 
Arrow History Centre - short stay
 
Arrow Hull Arena, Westenders Way - long stay
 
Arrow John Street - long stay
 
Arrow Lowgate - short stay
 
Arrow Osborne Street - multi storey, long stay
 
Arrow Pryme Street - multi storey, long stay
 
Arrow Tower Street 
   
Arrow Trippett Street - surface, long stay
 
Arrow Waterhouse Lane - long stay
 
Arrow Waterhouse Lane large vehicle park - long stay

On street parking

Motorists should endeavour to park without causing inconvenience to other road users. The council is constantly receiving complaints about vehicles parking inconsiderately and causing obstruction to entrances and drives. Please read the signs where parking bays are in place and always park wholly within any marked parking place.

City centre on street parking

Within the city centre all parking on street requires payment unless you have dispensation in the form of a blue badge, parking permit or similar.

The council has reviewed all the city centre roads and has been able to introduce more parking places notably on Osborne Street and on Queens Dock Avenue outside the Police offices. Elsewhere more parking has been introduced on Roper Street with more to follow as the contractor completes the necessary work.

Some parking places were lost when a section of Princes Dock Street was pedestrianised but to compensate for this the parking area by Beverley Gate on Alfred Gelder Street was reclassified and now has provision for pay and display parking and two disabled persons parking bays.

Pay for parking on your mobile

MiPermit logoYou can also pay to park in most of our car parks via your mobile phone using your credit or debit card.

Visit the MiPermit website for more information about paying for parking electronically (link opens in a new window)

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