Bank holiday parking arrangements
Drivers can leave their cars free of charge for as long as they like in designated marked-out parking bays across Wandsworth on all bank holidays.
They will not need to purchase a pay and display ticket, pay-by-phone or display a parking permit if they use a marked out bays with the exception of the Event Zone when a Wimbledon AFC home match falls on a Bank Holiday.
Yellow line restrictions
Motorists should avoid yellow lines as these restrictions will still be in force. This is because yellow lines are normally situated at places where parked vehicles could cause a hazard or an obstruction.
Drivers who leave their cars in parking bays that are only partially available throughout the day should check the signs carefully to avoid staying there when the yellow line restrictions come into force. These bays are mainly found in bus lanes.
Driveways, specialist bays and dropped kerbs
Motorists who obstruct driveways or park unlawfully in mandatory disabled bays, doctor bays, car club bays or electric charging bays may be penalised.
Similarly drivers should not park across dropped kerbs. These are found on virtually every street corner and allow people who need to use wheelchairs or mobility scooters and parents with pushchairs to safely cross the road. As well as receiving a penalty notice, vehicles that breach these rules may be towed away
Motorists using the car parks in Battersea Park and in the Burr Road car park adjacent to King George’s Park will still need to buy a pay and display ticket or pay-by-phone on the two bank holidays. There is no free parking at any time in these car parks.
Normal parking rules will also apply on the borough’s housing estates - drivers who do not have a valid parking permit should not use these parking spaces.