Parking permits

Residents parking zones and locations

This map shows an outline of the residents' parking zones in the borough of Swindon. Individual streets included in the scheme are not shown however.

Please note that not all shaded areas on the map are defined as residents parking/bays. Check for signage indicating residents parking if you are not sure.

Central zone

The 'Town Centre zone' enables residents not included in the existing zones, and living in this area, to purchase a reduced season ticket to park at any time in the town centre long stay car parks at a cost of £299 per year, £150 for 6 months. Alternatively, you can park between 6.00pm and 9.00am only at a cost of £150 per year.

See the Central Zone Map

Old town centre zone

The ‘Old Town Centre Zone’ enables residents not included in the existing zones, and living within this area, to purchase a reduced season ticket to park at any time in Planks or Britannia Place car parks at a cost of £299 per year, £150 for 6 months.

Alternatively, you can park between 6.00pm and 9.00am only, at the same locations, for £150 per year.

See the Old Town Centre Zone Map

Overnight car parking

The holder of a Residents’ Parking permit purchasing an overnight car park ticket in a car park adjoining their zone, which would normally be valid between 6.00pm and 6.00am, can park until 9.00am for no additional payment.

Residents who display a valid Resident Parking Permit can also park in those car parks listed below without the need to purchase a Pay & Display ticket between 10.00pm and 8.00am.

List of available car parks:

  • Zone A – Granville St Car Park
  • Zone C – Granville St Car Park
  • Zone D –Granville Street Car Park, Prospect Place Car Park
  • Zone E – Bath Road Car Park, Prospect Place Car Park
  • Zone F – Granville Street Car Park
  • Zone G – Prospect Place Car Park
  • Zone H – Prospect Place Car Park
  • Zone J – County Ground Car Park
  • Zone K – Granville St Car Park
  • Zone L – Britannia Place Car Park
  • Zone N – Britannia Place Car Park

Limited waiting areas

Some of the ‘limited waiting’ parking areas are ‘dual use’, allowing Residents' Parking Permit holders to park there free of time restrictions.

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