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Council Services:

Car parks and permits

Parking season tickets

There are currently no permits available for Eastbanks and West Gate Car Parks - this page will be updated when permits become available.

Annual season tickets are available for Eastbanks and West Gate Car Parks. If you wish to apply for a season ticket or renew your current one, please complete the online season ticket application/renewal form. Alternatively, please contact Customer Services on 01529 414155 (Please note that a parking space is not guaranteed)

We do not currently hold a list of all the private car parks in the district.

North Kesteven District Council operates several car parks within the town of Sleaford. There are both long stay and short stay car parks for those who work in the town and also those who visit the town to shop.  The locations and types are detailed below :

East Banks Car Park - NG34 7HH

First 3 hours - £0.60
More than 3 hours - £2.00

Eastgate Car Park - NG34 7DT

Up to 1 hour - Free
1-3 hours - £1.00
Over 3 hours - £3.00

Westgate Car Park - NG34 7PU

Long Stay - £3.00 per day

Station Road Car Park - NG34 7RG

First 2 hours free
More than 2 hours - £5.00

Short Stay Car Parks:-

Church Lane Car Park - NG34 7DA
Market Place Car Park - NG34 7BL
(excluding Monday which is market day and limited space on both Friday and Saturday)
Up to 1 hour - £1.00
Up to 2 hours - £2.00
Up to 3 hours - £3.00

Moneys Yard Car Park - NG34 7TW

Up to 1 hour - £1.20
Up to 2 hours - £2.00
Up to 3 hours - £3.00

Cogglesford Mill Car Park - NG34 7EQ

Up to 2 Hours - Free
More than 2 hours - £3.00 

All car parks that are run by North Kesteven District Council have a fee payable between 08.00 - 18.00, but they are available for people to park outside these hours free of charge.
In every car park, provision is made for Disabled Badge Holders who may park free of charge but who must display their blue badge and are asked wherever possible to use the designated bays.

Car park income

Total income figure for on-street parking for all car parks for financial year 2013/14

Nil, as this the responsibility of Lincolnshire County Council

Total income figure for off-street parking for all car parks for financial year 2013/14


Total revenue from parking enforcement notices/parking fines for financial year 2013/14


Cost of car park for 2013/14


Number of car parking spaces

The number of car parking spaces can be viewed here.


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Last updated: 12 October 2015

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