Parking news

Removing, upgrading and replacing pay and display machines

On 30 January 2017 work started on removing, upgrading and replacing pay and display machines in Brighton and Hove as the council prepares for the introduction of the new 12-sided £1 coin. Further information is available on our webpage  

Parking consultations for Craven Vale and Hanover/Elm Grove

We've asked residents in two areas of the city to have their say about new parking schemes.

The consultation for Hanover and Elm Grove area closed on 20 January.

The consultation for Craven Vale closed on 13 January.

We've also consulted with residents in  Craven Zone U about changes to their current parking scheme, and asked residents in West Hove if they would like a parking scheme in their area.

Find out about the proposals and next steps on our parking schemes and restrictions web page.

Parking consultations for Balfour Road and Preston Village areas

The parking consultations for Balfour Road and Preston Village areas closed on 11 November 2016. The results of the consultation will be reported to the Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee on Tuesday 17 January 2017. Find out about the Environment, Transport and Sustainability committee and download committee papers.

Contactless pay and display machines just the ticket for drivers

Most parking machines in Brighton & Hove could be switched to pay-by-card as part of £1.8m investment proposals to improve reliability of parking machines. Find out more about contactless pay and display machines.