Council car parks

There are public off-street car parks in Hackney Central, Dalston and Stoke Newington town centres. The car parks operate from Monday to Saturday 7am to 11pm and are free on Sundays and bank holidays. 

Pay and display

A valid pay and display ticket must be purchased and clearly displayed upon arrival. You must not stay beyond the maximum permitted time for each car park, as specified on the pay and display machines and on the tariff boards.

All of the pay and display machines accept coins. Please note it is an offence to transfer pay and display tickets between vehicles or car parks.

Pay by phone

You can also make a credit or debit card payment using your mobile phone. Visit mobile phone parking for more information.  

Car parks and charges

Car parkLocationControl hoursSpacesCharges (coin payments)Charges (pay by phone)
Amhurst RoadNear Hackney Central Rail Station, E8 1LLMon-Sat 7am -11pm25£1.60 per hour, £9.60 all day, 2 day max stay£1.40 per hour, £8.40 all day, 2 day max stay
Bentley RoadNear Dalston Junction, N1 4BYMon-Sat 7am -7pm109£1.60 per hour, £9.60 all day£1.40 per hour, £8.40 all day 
Gillett StreetNear Dalston Kingsland Rail Station, N16 8JHMon-Sat 7am -7pm31£1.60 per hour, 3 hour max stay£1.40 per hour, 3 hour max stay
Wilmer PlaceOff Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 0LYMon-Sat 7am -7pm32£1.60 per hour, £9.60 all day£1.40 per hour, £8.40 all day

Bentley Road car park electric vehicle point 

Bentley Road car park now has a 50 Kilowatt rapid electric vehicle charger. To use this rapid charger you will need an access card with ChargePoint Services (CPS). The initial registration fee for the rapid charger is £20 followed by an annual administration fee of £20 after the first year. For more information please visit electric vehicles.

Fees to use this charge point include a:

  • connection fee, per charging session: £1.80 incl. VAT 
  • usage fee: £0.30p incl. VAT per Kilowatt-hour (KWh)

For more information Visit CPS, call 020 3598 6159 or email

Safer car parks

Bentley Road, Wilmer Place and Gillett Street car parks have all been awarded the Safer Parking PARK MARK award. The PARK MARK scheme, which is run by the British Parking Association (BPA) and the Association of Chief Police Officers, recognises improvements made by car park operators to improve the safety and accessibility of car parks for visitors.

Car park FAQs

Can disabled Blue Badge holders park free of charge?  

Disabled Blue Badge holders can park for free within all of the Council owned and managed car parks.  

Can I purchase a season ticket?  

At present the Council does not offer a season ticket for car park users.  

Are the car parks free out of hours?  

Parking is free after the operational hours.  

Is there a weight limit in the car parks? 

The maximum weight of vehicles using the car parks should not exceed 2540kg.

Page updated: 01/02/2019 00:01:03