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Location & Directions

Andersons is situated in the centre of Harrogate close to the Rail and Bus Stations. From the Rail Station, turn left and continue along Station Parade until the traffic lights and turn right into Albert Street. We are about two-thirds of the way down Albert Street on the left. There is ample on-street parking with a 'pay & display' system in operation in the immediate area and a free 'disk' system with 2 or 3 hours parking in streets further away.

On Street Pay & Display Parking

Pay & Display parking is in operation in most town centre streets in Harrogate. The Town Centre of Harrogate is split into an Inner Pay & Display Zone and an Outer Pay & Display Zone. The Pay & Display tariffs in the Inner Zone are different to those in the Outer Zone. Pay & Display tickets are not transferable between Inner and Outer Zones.

The signs direct you to the nearest Pay & Display ticket machine which indicates the maximum permitted period of stay and the relevant tariff. Please note, the machines do not give change. A ticket must be displayed in your vehicle whilst you are parked. After you have parked in any bay within the Inner or Outer Pay & Display Zone for the maximum permitted stay time, you will not be allowed to return to any parking place in the Inner or Outer Zone within 2 hours.

Charges and restrictions in Harrogate apply Monday-Saturday 8am-6pm (including Bank Holidays) unless otherwise stated. It is the driver's responsibility to always ensure that a pay and display ticket has been purchased when parking in either the Inner or Outer Zones. If you are unsure which zone you have parked in, consult the nearest Pay & Display machine for clarification.

Disk Parking

Harrogate Borough Council operates a disc parking system in the majority of controlled parking zones throughout Harrogate.  Any motorist may park in a disc zone for a limited period without charge, provided that a valid clock disc set to the time of arrival is prominently displayed in the vehicle.  Clock discs are available free of charge from all Council offices, the Tourist Information Centre and from various business outlets throughout the district.

The disc parking controls vary considerably between different parking zones.  The amount of time you may park with a valid clock disc in a disc zone may vary from 5 minutes in some streets to 3 hours in others.  Details of the disc controls within any parking zone are indicated on a sign located adjacent to each parking bay (kerbside).

If no times or days are indicated on the signs, the restrictions are in place at all times including Sundays and Bank Holidays.
In most disc zones, it is not permitted to return to the same or nearby street on the same day. When you leave a zone at the end of the first visit, it is deemed that you have used up the total time allowed in that zone on that day and may therefore not return until the following day.
Return to the same zone is strictly prohibited.
Please ensure that you check the sign adjacent to the bay for precise verification on the parking restrictions.



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