Westmorland Shopping Centre car park
Multi-tariff car park situated in Kendal, LA9 4BT. Height restriction of 1.8 metres (6 feet 0 inches) at the entrance.
Disabled spaces: 32 (Levels 3 and 5)
Motorcycle spaces: Can use any of the spaces with consideration
Monday to Saturday 7am to 7pm, entrance closes 6pm.
Sunday and Bank Holidays 9.30am to 5.30pm, entrance closes 4pm.
The car park is locked at night.
Christmas opening times
Christmas Eve Thursday 24 December: 7am to 6pm
Christmas Day Friday 25 December: CLOSED
Boxing Day Saturday 26 December: 8.30am to 6pm
Sunday 27 December: 9.30am to 5.30pm
Bank Holiday Monday 28 December: 8.30am to 5pm
Tuesday 29 December: 7am to 7pm
Wednesday 30 December: 7am to 7pm
New Years Eve Thursday 31 December: 7am to 6.30pm
New Years Day Friday 1 January: CLOSED
Saturday 2 January: 7am to 7pm
Sunday 3 January: 9.30am to 5.30pm
'Early bird' tariff: £1 for all day parking if ticket purchased between 7am and 9am
Up to 1 hours: £1.20
1 to 2 hours: £2.20
2 to 3 hours: £3.20
3 to 4 hours: £3.90
4 to 5 hours: £5.00
5 to 10 hours: £6.00
Blue Badge: charges apply for Blue Badges, but an additional hours parking is given after the first hour.
To claim the discount, press the Help button at the ticket machine. A member of staff will deduct one hours parking and validate the ticket for payment. You can also go in person to the office by the exit barrier to arrange the deduction.
There are three DDA compliant pay stations on Levels 1, 3 and 5 at a lower level for wheelchair access.
One Voice Kendal Shopmobility scheme provides the loan of mobility aids and is based on level 3 of the Westmorland Centre Car Park, opposite the entrance to the shopping centre.
Shopmobility is not just for the disabled. If you have an injury, are pregnant, elderly or tire easily, in fact anything which makes it difficult for you to get around town, then you can benefit from the scheme.
The Westmorland Shopping Centre car park is a pay on exit car park controlled by entry and exit barriers. Motorists pay the charges at the end of their stay.
Payment machines are on Level 1 (one machine), Level 3 (two machines) and Level 5 (one machine).
You can pay by cash using notes or the following coins: 5 pence, 10 pence, 20 pence, 50 pence, £1 and £2. The old £1 coin will not be accepted.
SLDC parking permits are valid in this car park however business permits cannot used.
If you have problems paying due to an issue with the ticket machine you can let us know by reporting a problem with this car park.