Parking in South Lakeland
The Council's car parks cater for a variety of users including
commuters, shoppers, visitors and tourists.
- Ensure you are within the time limits of your pay-and-display
- When using a car park please ensure that you are parked within
- Display your pay-and-display ticket correctly.
- If you are the holder of a Blue Badge make sure it is displayed
correctly, with the serial number and expiry date visible. If
not, you may be liable for a penalty charge notice.
- Do not park in a bay for the disabled unless you have a
Blue Badge and it is displayed correctly
Please consider alternative modes of transport and
check out public transport. The area offers some of
the best scenery and walking terrain in the Country and provides an
opportunity to give your car a rest.
Parking Passes - New
3-day and 7-day passes can now be purchased from the
pay-and-display machines affording flexibility when parking for
longer periods. The 3-day pass costs £15.00 and the 7-day
pass is £30.00, and they can be used on around 30 car parks across
the district. Payment can be made by credit/debit card,
by cash or by pay-by-phone.
Please see information
here for eligible car parks.
Pay for a Penalty Charge Notice
Pay a PCN
Challenge a PCN
Pay-by-Phone for car parking
system at most
car parks in South Lakeland District Council.
Car Parking Permit Application
Neighbourhood Services Department
South Lakeland House
01539 793160 (Direct Line) or
0845 050 4434 (the main Council number)
Fax: 01539 740300