Parking near Lord's Cricket Ground

On major matchdays at Lord's, when parking is busy, nearby resident bay restrictions are extended to cover Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays. When this happens, flap-down signs will show that the resident bays are for C zone resident permit holders only from 8.30am to 6.30pm.

Major matchdays include test matches, one day internationals, Twenty20 internationals, the finals of National One Day and Twenty20 competitions and matches for the World Cup and Twenty20 World Cup.

The extended resident bay area is bordered by Wellington Road, Acacia Road, Ordnance Hill, St John’s Wood Terrace, Charlbert Street and Prince Albert Road. 

Lord’s website has details of this season’s matches.

St John’s Wood High Street 

From 10am to 4pm every Sunday and bank holiday, there is a 2 hour maximum stay in Pay to Park bays in St John’s Wood High Street. Parking is free on these days but tickets may be given to vehicles that stay for longer than 2 hours. This is to make sure that other drivers have a fair chance to park.

The restriction doesn't apply to C zone resident permit holders and Westminster disabled white badge holders, who can park in these bays on Sundays and bank holidays without a time limit.

Last updated: 14 June 2017
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