Here you will find your nearest council-managed car park in Northumberland and can check the charges and restrictions that apply.
All public car parks remain open. Car parks that charge to park will continue to do so. The council will keep the car park openings under review as the situation may change depending on local or national developments.
Public safety remains our top priority and we have made a number of improvements in response to the challenges faced due to the Covid-19 pandemic, including;-
relocating a number of ticket machines in coastal car parks to better facilitate social distancing in the event of queues forming during busy periods
introducing Pay By Phone into our Pay and Display car parks to provide a convenient contactless method of payment removing the need for users to obtain a pay and display ticket from the machines
providing additional public toilet facilities in some of our car parks because of increased demand on our existing facilities and to enable social distancing to be maintained
Pay By Phone is used by many local authorities across the country. Users only need to set up an account once and then it can be used in all car parks where Pay By Phone is in operation. The service also offers additional benefits such as being able to extend parking sessions remotely.
For further information on the implementation of Pay By Phone, please click here
Please note: Some free short stay car parks require a parking disc. You can get a disc from local businesses or council offices or use a disc from another council if you already have one. Find out about parking discs and check our parking location maps in the other parking location information section below.
Some council offices and local businesses remain closed due to Corona virus.
Some council offices and local businesses remain closed due to coronavirus.
We allow mobile traders to sell certain goods in some of our NCC managed parking places, this is subject to the trader obtaining a licence granted by the council and a valid street trading consent.
The right to trade from these locations are awarded on a three-year cycle by way of submitting a sealed bid for each consecutive year in the period advertised.
Trading licences expire on 31 March at the end of the three year period.
To find locations where we allow trading together with what can be sold and when the licences are due to expire, click here.
Available Trading Concessions are advertised on the corporate contract portal: click here to visit the contract portal.
Please note: you need to register as a supplier before you can submit your tender.
Tenders will not be considered if there are any outstanding trading licence fees from any previous licence periods.
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