Free street parking

30 minutes free parking at selected pay and display bays

From 5 December 2015, drivers can park for 30 minutes free of charge at allocated pay and display bays near town centres, including at these main roads and adjoining streets:

  • Coombe Road, Kingston
    - Kingston Hill
    - Wolverton Avenue
    - Chatham Road
    - Chesham Road
    - Cobham Road
  • Villiers Avenue, Kingston
  • Burlington Road, New Malden
  • High Street, New Malden
  • Brighton Road, Surbiton
    - Maple Road
    - Victoria Avenue
  • St Mark's Hill, Surbiton
    - St James' Road
    - Adelaide Road
  • Victoria Road, Surbiton
    - St Mary's Road
  • Ewell Road, Surbiton
    - Berrylands Road
    - Hollyfield Road
  • Tolworth Broadway

Look out for stickers on the pay and display machines and lampposts in the immediate vicinity of the bays to check that they are valid for 30 minutes free parking.

Drivers receive a single free 30 minute parking session per vehicle per day.

Parking for longer than the free 30 minute period will require a payment to cover the new period the driver intends to stay, at the stated tariff and subject to conditions shown on the signs and pay and display machines.

Free parking outside of controlled hours

If you want to park in Kingston, Norbiton or Subiton you may have to pay for short-term parking during certain hours unless you have a parking permit. Many streets in these areas are in a controlled parking zone and have parking controls. Outside the days or hours of parking restrictions, you can park for free.

In all other areas of the borough, including New Malden, Old Malden and Tolworth, you may be charged for parking on a main road during certain hours, but you will be able to park for free on a nearby street.  Streets in these areas are not in a controlled parking zone.

Check bank holidays, public holidays and late nights (parking zones) to see when any normal parking restrictions are lifted.

Find out about parking zones in Kingston town centre, see parking zones – operational days, hours and charges.

Find parking with Parkopedia

Parkopedia helps you find the closest and cheapest parking in your chosen area. It works like Wikipedia so it relies on the community updating and adding the information. It is a good place to start when looking for parking.

But, to be absolutely sure of charges of car parks operated by the Council, please check the information provided in our car park directory.