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Parking at Addlestone Community Centre


A multi storey car park is conveniently located adjacent to the rear of the venue.

24 hour parking charges are in force, but there is a reduced evening rate.

The charges are as follows:


First 1/2 hour Free

£0.50 per hour after that ( Evening 7 p.m. – 5 a.m. )

£1.00 per hour after that ( Daytime 5 a.m. - 7 p.m. )


Please check the signs on arrival to verify the current rates in operation.

These reductions are an interim measure, pending completion of the

new shopping centre, and may well be increased again in December 2017.


Number plate recognition systems are in use which automatically log your entry time.

You must pay at the machines before departing.

Enter your vehicle registration to verify the charges.

There are three payment machines in the stairwell on the ground floor.

All accept cards and some take cash, but some may not give change.


If you don't want to pay these rates, there are a few alternative possibilities:


Park in the bays in Station Road (free in the evening, but few spaces)

Park in nearby residential roads (e.g. Crockford Park Road)

Park in the Tesco emporium - but you must be 'a customer' of theirs (max. 3 hrs).


Please check the local regulations before parking.



Parking Petition Debate


The petition against the charges achieved 1,851 signatures, well over the minimum

required for a ‘full council’ debate.  The matter was then referred to the

Corporate Management Committee meeting of 25th August.

It was decided to reduce the hourly rate, but the proposed ‘flat rate’ for evenings

 was rejected without consideration.  We will continue working with others to press for the

implementation of this evening flat rate, in keeping with other areas.


For updates, please see the Facebook group here:


Addlestone Car Park Action Group



There is a general complaints form here:


https://runnymede.gov.uk/article/6870/General-complaint-form


You can also write to your local councillor directly, or to:


Peter Waddell, Leader of the Runnymede Borough Council, cllr.peter.waddell@runnymede.gov.uk


John Rice, Head of Commercial Services (RBC),   john.rice@runnymede.gov.uk



Please encourage as many people as possible to join us

 in protesting these exorbitant and unreasonable charges.


Thank you for your support.