Saving on your parking in Maidenhead

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Free parking

If you’ve joined our Resident Parking Discount Scheme, you can get an hour’s free parking each day in eight car parks in the borough, including Grove Road, West Street and Hines Meadow in Maidenhead.

You can still apply, completely free of charge, for the permits to join the thousands of savvy residents already saving on parking – don’t miss out! 

Parking is also free in Grove Road, West Street, Hines Meadow, and Stafferton Way from 9pm until 9am, Monday to Saturday, and free from 9pm Saturday right through Sunday until 9am on Monday. 

It’s free in Vicus Way from 8pm to 9am, Monday to Saturday, and free from 8pm Saturday until 9am on Monday. Great for your evening out or weekend in Maidenhead.  

Parking is also free all day in these car parks on bank holidays too.

Cheapest locations

Hines Meadow

If central Maidenhead is your destination, Hines Meadow has the cheapest hourly parking and always has spaces for commuters and shoppers, even at weekends.

Vicus Way

If you’d like to save money further and don’t mind a 10-minute walk into town, our brand new Vicus Way car park is very affordable and always has space. Three hours parking for £3 is at least £1.50 cheaper than any other town centre car park.

If you take the train to London or Reading for work, Vicus Way is a convenient five-minute walk to the Elizabeth Line GWR station and it’s the cheapest rail commuter parking in Maidenhead.

A great commuter parking base for London, you can park at Vicus Way all day for £6.90 without a season ticket, or the equivalent of £3.45 with a season ticket – £3 cheaper than Stafferton Way, over £5 cheaper than Hines Meadow and £1.20 cheaper than Maidenhead Station car park.

Annual season tickets are also £115 cheaper than Stafferton Way next door or Hines Meadow.