Bank holiday parking
On bank holidays we will not enforce:
- resident or shared use bays
- single yellow lines (except where kerb chevrons indicate that a loading ban is in operation or those that are operational on a Sunday)
- pay and display bays
- business permit holder bays
- doctor’s bays
- loading bays
- motorcycle bays
We will continue to enforce:
- double yellow lines
- single yellow lines that are operational on a Sunday
- where a loading ban is in operation (indicated by a single/double yellow line with adjacent kerb chevrons and a nearby sign stating the hours during which loading is not permitted)
- bus stops
- footway parking
- zig-zag lines
- parking across a dropped footway
- double parking
- Car Club bays
- coach bays
- dedicated disabled permit holder bays
- electric vehicle charging bays
- suspended bays
Can I park on a yellow line?
You cannot park unless there is a sign that says that you can do so.
You will need to check any nearby signs on the road.
If there aren't any signs it will mean that you are in a controlled parking zone. In this case you will need to know which area you are in.
Can I park on a Red line?
A red route zone is either a double or a single red line at the side of the carriageway. This means that you cannot stop at the side of the road. We are not responsible for red route zones. Red routes are managed by Transport for London (TfL).
We do not issue parking penalties on red route zones. These are issued by the Metropolitan Police Traffic Warden Service. For information about how to pay penalty charge notices issued on red routes please visit the Transport for London (TfL) website.