Find information about car parks in Brighton & Hove and how to report issues with a parking machine.
NHS and social workers
Following the government's announcement and guidance from the British Parking Association, we will be providing free parking for NHS staff and social care workers during the coronavirus pandemic. This will enable them to park in on street parking bays and council owned car parks without having to worry about cost or time restrictions.
These workers need to display either their Key Worker Letter or a copy of their work identification (with any sensitive information removed) in their windscreen or, when parking in barrier car parks, buzz the intercom and show their pass.
This will enable them to park in on-street parking bays and council-owned car parks without having to worry about cost or time restrictions.
Brighton & Hove City Council operates several off-street car parks and numerous on-street pay and display parking spaces across the city.
Location of car parks
For the location of car parks within the city, please see our map of car parks.
- The Lanes
- Regency Square - nearest car park for the i360
- Trafalgar Street
- London Road
- Oxford Court
- Kings Road - on-street pay and display
- Black Rock
- Madeira Drive - on-street pay and display. Please note, the road is currently closed until further notice.
- Marine Parade - on-street pay and display
Although the car park machines are regularly checked, faults do occasionally occur. If you have a problem with a machine or have another problem in one of our car parks, you can report it any time by calling 01273 294 296.