Trinity Square Car Park

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Review of On-Street Parking

Nottingham City Council’s Parking Services team is responsible for the management and maintenance of on-street parking facilities and undertakes regular reviews to ensure it continues to provide a fit-for-purpose service. This accommodates the needs of customers and local businesses, delivers value for money to the people of Nottingham and supports the economic growth and environmental well-being of the city.

Further to a review of on-street pay and display machines in Nottingham and a public consultation exercise in January 2021, Parking Services are now in the process of starting the finalised programme of works to move towards a predominantly cashless parking operation.

The review formed part of Nottingham City Council’s Budget Proposals for 2020/21 and brings the on-street provision in line with the cashless approach in other parts of the city. The programme will streamline the customer payment process, minimise security risks and provide monetary savings through reduced machine maintenance and cash collection costs.

The first stage of the programme, due to begin w/c 28 June 2021, is a phased removal over a 4 week period of the pay and display machines outlined in the table below.

When a pay and display machine has been removed, the ground will be reinstated by Nottingham City Council’s Highways department and RingGo (Nottingham City Council’s pay by phone provider) signage will be put in place to confirm how customers can make payment. Steps on how to use RingGo can also be found here: RingGo Cashless Parking - Nottingham City Council

Alternatively, details of the next nearest pay and display machine can be found by using the map on this page, which will be updated in line with the removal schedule: Nottingham City Centre Parking Guide | NCC Parking

Pay and Display Machine Removals

Machine Number

Location

RingGo Code

ZN1049

Lower Parliament Street

18937

ZN1094

Fisher Gate

18937

ZN2117

Mansfield Road

18935

ZN2110

Derby Road

18926

ZN2118

Mansfield Road

18926

ZN2120

Mansfield Road

18926

ZN1001

Albion Street

18915

ZN1006

Collins Street

18915

ZN1009

Heathcoat Street

18915

ZN1013

Lennox Street

18915

ZN1017

Spaniel Row

18915

ZN1021

Beck Street

18915

ZN1027

Chaucer Street

18915

ZN1043

Huntingdon Street

18915

ZN1045

Huntingdon Street

18915

ZN1051

Lower Parliament Street

18915

ZN1054

Mount Street

18915

ZN1058

North Sherwood Street

18915

ZN1069

Rick Street

18915

ZN1071

Shakespeare Street

18915

ZN1074

Shakespeare Villa

18915

ZN1084

Wellington Circus

18915

ZN1085

Wellington Circus

18915

ZN1087

Wollaton Street

18915

ZN1089

Wollaton Street

18915

ZN1091

Wollaton Street

18915

ZN1093

Cliff Road

18915

ZN1144

Oxford Street

18915

ZN1147

Regent Street

18915

ZN1187

Lower Parliament Street

18915

ZN2033

Derby Road

18912

ZN2108

College Street

18912

ZN2111

Derby Road

18912

ZN2113

Frogmore Street

18912

ZN2123

Talbot Street

18912

ZN2128

Curzon Street

18912

ZN2131

Manvers Street

18912

ZN2135

Bath Street

18912

ZN2137

Bath Street

18912

ZN2139

Bath Street

18912

ZN2151

The Ropewalk

18912

ZN2152

The Ropewalk

18912

ZN2154

The Ropewalk

18912

ZN2157

The Ropewalk

18912

ZN2167

Poplar Street

18912

ZN2169

Poplar Street

18912

ZN2176

Gill Street

18912

ZN2178

Hampden Street

18912

If you have any questions relating to the above, please contact the Parking Services team:  Contact Parking Services - Nottingham City Council

Critical Worker free parking permit scheme

On the 21st June 2021, Nottingham City Council will be ending the Critical Worker free parking permit scheme in Nottingham, and parking charges will resume from this date.  The Government decision to delay stage 4 of the roadmap out of lockdown does not affect their decision to remove the Critical Care Worker parking scheme.

You can still park at these locations; however, you will be required to pay for your parking or consider alternative modes of transport to travel into the city.  However, the Council has many parking offers available for commuters, and if you would like to know more about these, please email parking@nottinghamcity.gov.uk or telephone our Customer Advisors on 0115 876 1444 who will be happy to discuss these with you.

The Council will continue to closely monitor the ongoing effects of the pandemic for the citizens of Nottingham who wish to travel to, and park safely in the city.  The service is ready to react as necessary if anything changes locally / nationally.