Manchester Centre Free Parking

Manchester Centre Free Parking
Bristol, UK – June 30th 2019: The NCP – National Car Parks – company logo above the entrance to one of their multi-storey car parks in the city of Bristol, UK.

Good news for anybody who has to drive to and park in Manchester City Centre. Even if that is only free for a short period. The city council has ended it’s relationship with the current car park operators NCP. From then on, they will be run by the council in house. Read on to find out about Manchester centre free parking, when it starts, ends and what happens after that.

When Does Is Manchester Centre Free Parking Apply?

Free parking will start on Friday 1st January and end on Thursday 7th January. From Friday 8th January you will need to pay for parking before leaving your vehicle. The council state that all car park charges will remain the same for the foreseeable future.

Payments from Friday 8th January

From 8 January 2020 you will need to pay on arrival. You can pay by the PayByPhone App or at the ticket machine. Please note that all payments cannot be made with cash. You must have paid for your parking before you leave your vehicle in the car park. Payment details about any future changes to hourly or day rates will be available at each site.

Affected Car Parks

Manchester Centre Free Parking
  • Arndale
  • Bloom Street
  • Bridge Street
  • Bridgewater Hall
  • Chepstow Street
  • China Town
  • Deansgate
  • Hulme Street
  • King Street West
  • Manchester Aquatics Centre multi-story car park
  • Northern Quarter
  • Piccadilly Gardens
  • School Lane North
  • School Lane South
  • Sheffield Street
  • Stone Street
  • Thurloe Street

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