On-street parking

Newcastle City Council operates approximately 2,200 on-street parking places.

Parking Charges on street tariffs  185kb (pdf)

Parking charges on the street in Newcastle city centre are operational every day of the week, with charges also applying on certain days in areas outside the city centre. Charges apply throughout the year, including Bank Holidays, with the exception of Christmas Day, 25 December.

From Monday 18 May 2020 parking charges in the pay and display bays in on-street charged parking areas have been reintroduced following the Government announcement regarding those who are unable to work from home to return to work.  
Healthcare workers will continue to park free of charge.
Further information regarding the latest position can be found  here

 


The method of charging for parking on the street is as follows:

Payment at a ticket machine or by cashless parking at the locations where payment by mobile phone was introduced from Monday 19 September 2016. These charges apply between 8am and 6.30pm, on the days for the location, as indicated on the ticket machine. These charges apply between 8am and 6.30pm, every day in the City Centre. These charges also apply between 8am and 6.30pm, Monday to Saturday outside of the City Centre. Motorists are required to pay the appropriate fee between these hours. Details of the charges and any maximum stay periods  can be found on each ticket machine.

If you encounter a problem or think you have been mischarged whilst using the Paybyphone service, please contact Paybyphone by email to uksupport@paybyphone.com, so they can investigate and arrange to make payment of an overcharge to the account payment was taken from.

The Alive after Five initiative that operates in most of the Council operated multi-storey car parks does not apply for on-street parking areas. Further details about Alive after Five can be found here.

Motorists are advised to carry a supply of coins as the ticket machines generally take 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2 coins. The ticket machines do not give change. Ticket machines are subject to an increased frequency of cleaning to help limit the spread of coronavirus and customers are reminded to maintain social distancing if queueing for ticket machines.  Many on-street charged parking areas have the option of contactless payment via your mobile phone and motorists are encouraged to use this payment channel. 


Current road closures/event parking/suspended bays affecting access to on-street parking areas:

  • Until further notice there is reduced capacity in the loading bay and dual use pay and display/taxi bays on the south side of Shakespeare Street for the introduction of social distancing measures;
  • Until further notice the capacity of pay and display bays on Clavering Arch and Forth Street and the disabled bay on Forth Street have been reserved from general use due to road works;
  • From 23 November 2020 for a period of 18 months, there will be reduced  capacity of pay and display bays on Tankerville Terrace due to the introduction of social distancing measures;
  • From 23 November 2020 for a period of 18 months, the disabled bay on Tankerville Terrace will be suspended from use due to the introduction of social distancing measures. The next nearest disabled bay is located on Burdon Terrace;
  • From 11 January 2021 for 26 weeks 3 pay and display bays on Bath Lane from Citygate car park to Stowell Street have been reserved due to highway works;
  • Until 22 January 2021 all bays on Broad Chare (including pay and display and disabled bays) are out of service due to road re-surfacing works.  The closest pay and display bays are at Manor Chare; Quayside (on-street) or Quayside Multi-Storey Car Park.  The closest disabled bay is at Quayside (on-street) or Quayside Multi-Storey Car Park;
  • Until 22 January 2021 3 pay and display bays outside 8-12 Shakespeare Street have been reserved due to work being carried out in the building;
  • On 22 January 2021 the capacity of a motorcycle bay on Hood Street will be reduced by a skip being placed in the bay.  The nearest motor cycle bays are at Saville Place or Eldon Square car parks;
  • On 22 January 2021 permit bays between 109 and 129 Benton Park Road have been reserved from general use;
  • On 22 January 2021 a pay and display bay on Shakespeare Street adjacent to the Theatre Royal stage door has been reserved by the Theatre Royal;
  • On 22 January 2021 4 pay and display bays on Clayton Street West outside St Mary’s Cathedral have been reserved from general use;
  • Until 31 January 2021 4 pay and display bays on Jesmond Road West have been reserved to support removal work;
  • Until 01 February 2021 6 permit bays on Buston Terrace have been reserved from general use;
  • Until 02 February 2021 4 pay and display bays on Westgate Road outside of Bolbec Hall have been reserved from general use;
  • Until 03 February 2021 a loading bay on Pilgrim Street outside of the Market Lane Public House has been reserved from general use;
  • From 28 May 2020 until further notice all pay and display bays on Queen Victoria Road and St Thomas Terrace have been suspended from general use.  This is due to road layout changes being made at these locations.
  • From 30 July 2020 until further notice there will be a reduced number of pay and display bays and a loading bay available on the East side of Grey Street (where traffic goes down towards Dean Street and the Quayside), due to  physical works to the road network and pavement areas taking place to support the introduction of new social measures and safer cycling routes; All bays on the West side (where traffic went up towards the Monument) have been removed as part of the physical works;
  • Until 07 February 2021 8 limited stay bays on Tavistock Road closest to the junction with Osborne Road have been suspended to support engineering works;
  • Until 12 February 2021 a pay and display bay on Devonshire Terrace has been reserved from general use;
  • Until 19 February 2021 a disabled bay on St Andrew’s Street Upper has been reserved for access to a construction site.  The closest disabled bays are located at Leazes Terrace; Leazes Crescent or Stadium car park.  Alternatively blue badge holders can park free of charge in pay and display bays with the blue badge clearly displayed so an Enforcement Officer can check validity;
  • Until 26 February 2021 3 pay and display bays on Side have been reserved between Monday and Friday and 1 bay at weekends. 
  • From 26 February 2021 until 30 April 2021 1 pay and display on Side has been reserved from general use;
  • Until 08 March 2021 a welfare storage unit will be sited in a permit limited stay bay on Boyd Street;
  • Until 17 July 2021, 4 limited stay bays on Hume Street will be reserved from general use;
  • Until further notice the capacity of pay and display bays on Devonshire Terrace will be reduced due to a parking reservation;
  • Until further notice the capacity of pay and display bays on Quayside West will be reduced due to a parking reservation;
  • Until further notice, on Pitt Street there will be a reduced number of pay and display bays and 1 loading bay and 1 disabled bay have been suspended as part of an ongoing reservation.

Visit our Permit Parking Schemes page for everything you need to know about areas where permit parking schemes operate and how to apply for permits if you live in an eligible property.

 


On-street parking provision in Newcastle

Details of on-street parking provision (as advised by the adjacent sign).

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