Street parking (Pay and display)
To help with parking near to local amenities we have a number of pay and display parking spaces.
Charges for pay and display
Please remember to check signs or parking meters nearby for specific charges and restrictions.
All our on street bays are free to use for the first hour.
Using pay and display parking bays (On-street parking)
All pay and display parking machines in Havering accept various sterling coin payments.
You are expected to have change before parking in a parking bay as none of the Council pay and display machines issue change.
Please do look at the appropriate tariff and durations displayed on the pay and display machine for the parking bay that you wish to use.
Vehicles must not be left in a pay and display bay without displaying a valid ticket or a Blue Badge ,with the appropriate time clock, or having been paid for by using the phone and pay facility.
Enforcement officers normally observe for about 5 mins to give you a chance to get a ticket. There is a 10 minute grace period once the ticket has expired.
Park with RingGo
Use RingGo to take advantage of cashless parking.
Location of bays
Suspended parking bays
Parking bays may be suspended for highways works, special events or other reasons, you must therefore check the pay and display machine each time you park.
Any vehicle parked in a suspended bay is liable (even with a valid Blue Badge displayed) to receive a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).
Broken or faulty machines
If the pay and display machine displays 'Out of Order' or fails to issue a ticket you must purchase one from the nearest available machine (within the same location) or find an alternative place to park.
Please report the machine fault on 01708 432787 Option 2.
You will be able to reclaim any money that has been lost in a faulty payment machine.
To do this please contact email@example.com and provide details of the location and time and date of the event.
These details are required so that we can verify technical faults.
We will be unable to refund a payment if, when inspected, the machine is found to be in good working order.
If you have received a PCN because a machine was broken, then you will need to follow the PCN payment appeals process and make a note of the machine that was faulty.