Due to the high demand for parking in the centre of Camberley Town, the local council has implemented several parking controls, to help ensure an even distribution of on-street parking. However, local residents are entitled to apply for a residential permit which will enable them to park in specific bays on their street (subject to availability).
We have listed a brief overview of just some of the extensive parking facilities that are on offer throughout the town of Camberley. Moreover, whether you are simply travelling to a business meeting at a local coffee shop or are attending a networking event, Camberley has a wide range of car parks to suit your budget and requirements.
Parking is available to those with restricted mobility both on the High Street (10 bays) and in Park Street (2 bays at either end). More information on disabled parking spaces can be found on the Surrey Heath website. In addition to the above, the council also participates in the Blue Badge scheme which entitles Surrey residents with restricted mobility to park for free, subject to certain restrictions. More information can be found at www.surreyheath.gov.co.uk/residents).
Park Street, GU15 3QL Opening Times: 8am – 1am Up to 2 hours £1.50
Up to 10 hours £6.50
Sunday/every day after 6.30pm £1.50 flat rate
Knoll Road, GU15 3SY
Opening Times: Surface 24 hours, multi- storey 6.30am – Midnight
Up to 2 hours £1.50
Up to 10 hours £4.00
Sundays/Bank Holidays/after 6pm £1.50
12 month season ticket £825.00
Pembroke Broadway, GU15 3RP Opening Times: 24 Hours
Up to 2 hours £1.80
Up to 10 hours £7
Sundays/Bank Holidays/after 6pm £2
12 month season ticket £995
More information on parking throughout Camberley, restrictions and availability of disabled parking can be found on the local council website mentioned above.
In addition to the above car parks that are run by the local county council in Camberley, you can also find a list of affordable parking spaces, which are located throughout the town, on the Parkopedia website.
Operated by South Western Railway, Camberley train station was opened in 1878 with its first electrified route running in 1939. The station can be found in the town with several services running between Ascot and Guildford via Aldershot every 30 minutes throughout the week. Should you need to visit London, the station runs a route to London Waterloo three times a day from Monday through to Friday. During other periods the City can still be reached by a non-direct route via Ascot or Ash Vale.
The station entrance can be accessed on Pembroke Broadway where ticket counters, toilets, a coffee shop and other additional facilities such as bike storage are located. Pay and Display facilities are also available on site along with a taxi rank for passengers.
Tickets to London Waterloo start from around £22.50 for a single adult return ticket.
More information on Camberley railway station can be found at www.southwesternrailway.co.uk
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