The majority of Council car parks are now open again with the exception of The Beach, Clevedon and Portishead Esplanade.

You are asked to pay online or by using the MiPermit app.

Level 1 and 2 of the Sovereign Centre car park in Weston town centre has re-opened.

Parking charges in North Somerset are being waived for NHS staff and key workers during the coronavirus outbreak. Essential workers – such as NHS, social care staff, volunteers and key workers – can now park for free to enable them to carry out their critical work. This applies to on-street pay and display areas and council-run car parks. They can also park without time limit in areas where it is free but usually time restricted.

Some car parks re-opened on 13th May 2020:

Bus Terminus, Kewstoke/Sand Bay
Beach Road (opposite Commodore), Kewstoke/Sand Bay
Knightstone Causeway, Weston-super-Mare (access will remain for residents)
Melrose, Weston-super-Mare
Worlebury Woods, Weston-super-Mare
Killkenny Fields and cricket club car park, Portishead

In Portishead, Kilkenny Fields has been reopened to relieve the strain around the Lake Grounds – particularly as The Esplanade has now been closed to cars to enable social distancing for walkers and cyclists.

Car parking on Marine Parade, Uphill and Weston super Mare beaches remain closed to provide more space to support social distancing measures and also send the message that the Council is not proactively “re- opening” its coastal areas.

Salthouse, Clevedon – closure re-instated on 28th May; the Council will monitor the impact this has on nearby residential streets.
Marine Parade, Weston-super-Mare
Uphill Beach, Uphill