If you are having contractors on site (see also Access to the Block):
- Temporary parking permits can be applied for - contact Westminster Housing - but you must declare the
car number plate and show the permit in the window of the parked car or you will be fined.
You can contact Westminster Housing and they will email you a permit back. Preferably give them
a couple of days’ notice as there are only 3 visitor places available and demand is high.
Residents can use the following parking options:
- Pay at the meters on the street (but see below). Sunday is still free. Westminster now have an app that
will talk to your Satnav to find you an empty parking space!
- Pay on the street using your mobile. The number of payment machines is being reduced and in the future you may have to pay
electronically. They have a ParkRight app to facilitate this, visit
- On the street with a resident’s permit. This is organised through Westminster City Council on (020) 7823 4567. Currently approx £135
- Permanent parking in the grounds of the block is organised and charged for through contact Westminster Housing. Put your name on a
waiting list and Westminster Housing will contact you if a space becomes available: accept within 2-3 days or it will be offered
to the next person on the list. You will be given an additional key fob for the gates. Currently about £5pw
- A garage under the block. These are organised and charged for: contact Westminster Housing.
You will be given an additional key fob for the gates, and then an old-fashioned garage key.
Currently about £22 pw. These are not to be used for storage - see Sheds
Garages and parking spaces are not passed on with the property. If you have just moved in you don’t inherit
someone else’s parking space or garage but have to join the bottom of the queue.
See Access to the Block for what to do about visitors.
When parking you must take care not to block any access points or obstruct emergency vehicles. If your
parking place has been improperly taken by someone else, contact Wings ecurity, who manage the parking contract
for the block, and do regular spot checks. If your own car is improperly parked they may fine you £50.
Luxborough Tower is just inside the Congestion Charge zone. The boundary runs across the northern end of
Luxborough Street, opposite Madame Tussauds.
See the Transport for London (www) website.
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