Temporary parking measures during Coronavirus outbreak

 Barnet Council have released some temporary parking measures in operation in Barnet during the Coronavirus outbreak, details of which you can see below. Further details can be found on the Barnet Council website here.

Where you can park with or without a permit

  • Permit Holder Bays (resident and business)
  • Shared use Bays
  • Single Yellow Lines in force just for one hour at a time

Where you can park with the usual payment

  • Pay and Display bays near shops
  • Car parks

 Where you cannot park

  •  Single yellow lines operating for longer than an hour at a time
  • Double yellow lines
  • Loading bays
  • Disabled Badge Holder bays
  • Suspended parking bays (we may have to suspend parking for emergency or health care worker use)
  • Dedicated disabled bays
  • In front of fire stations, ambulance stations, hospital entrances
  • Anywhere that would obstruct pedestrians or other vehicles – being mindful that waste removal vehicles need more space than a car does

 Health workers and other key workers

Where you can park if you are a healthcare worker or other essential public servant (you have been given ‘key worker’ status as defined by HM Government), in addition to the above provisions:

  • If no permit spaces are available then a pay and display space, loading bay or single yellow line where not obstructing traffic or impeding safety with a note (handwritten, ideally on headed paper, will do) of your role
  • Any council car park – again, please place a note