Car parks and on-street parking

We provide a range of car parks across the borough; some are free and others are pay and display. If you’re a Blue Badge holder, check our Guide to Disabled Parking in Barnsley to see where you can park. 

Free parking

We have free parking in the following areas:

  • Cudworth: Bank Street, Robert Street and Snydale Road
  • Darton: Church Street
  • Goldthorpe: Market Street, Whitworth Street, Queen Street and the A635
  • Hoyland: King Street, Southgate and at the Town Hall
  • Penistone: Shrewsbury Road and Park Avenue
  • Royston: Church Street
  • Wombwell: Summer Lane, Cemetery Road, Snowden Terrace, Mayflower Way (formerly Hawson Street) and Station Road

We also manage parking facilities at Cannon Hall, Worsbrough Mill and Elsecar Heritage. Parking restrictions and charges may apply.

Pay and display parking

We have a number of pay and display car parks across the borough, including over 2,400 pay and display parking spaces in the town centre.  

If you use our pay and display car parks, make sure you display a valid ticket or you may receive a parking fine. See parking enforcement for more information on parking fines and how to pay them.

Pay and display on-street parking charges

Apply Monday to Saturday between 8am and 6pm. There is no charge on Sundays and Bank Holidays.

  • Inner zone: 70p for 30 minutes; £1.40 for 1 hour
    Blucher Street; Church Street; Eastgate; Eldon Street; George Street;Market Hill; Peel Street; Pitt Street; Regent Street; Royal Street; St Marys Gate; Upper Castlereagh Street;Westgate

  • Outer zone: 70p for 1 hour; £1.40 for 2 hours
    Burleigh Street; Churchfield/Sackville Street; Doncaster Road; Falcon Street;Lambra Road; Pitt Street West; Thomas Street; York Street

Pay and display off-street parking charges

Apply Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm unless otherwise stated. Saturday and Sunday parking is currently free (subject to review shortly), although time restrictions will apply. 

  • Burleigh Street East/West; Joseph Street; Pitt Street  
    70p up to 2 hours; £1.20 up to 4 hours; £2 over 4 hours

  • St Mary's Place; Grahams Orchard
    £1.20 up to 1 hour

  • John Street; Sackville Street
    £1.60 up to 2 hours; £2.50 up to 4 hours; £5 over 4 hours

  • Churchfield; County Way/Court House; Multi-Storey; Mark Street
    £1.60 up to 2 hours; £2.50 up to 4 hours; £5 over 4 hours

  • West Road, Pogmoor
    £1.10 up to 4 hours; £2.20 over 4 hours

  • Wellington House
    £1.20 per hour

On street parking

We have a number of controlled parking zone areas in Barnsley, where all on-street parking is managed and restricted. These zones are clearly signposted around their boundaries so that you know when you're entering or leaving one. In these zones, you can only park in the designated parking spaces; the remainder of the kerbside is under 'yellow line' restrictions. Anyone breaching these restrictions may be fined.

Parking charges apply in these areas.

Car park season tickets

You can buy a season ticket which allows you to park in the following car parks during the week: Churchfield; County Way; Court House; Mark Street, and levels 5 to 9 in the multi-storey.

A ticket will cost you £22 a week; £82 a month; £230 for three months; or £770 for a full year. You can order a season ticket or request a replacement by completing our season ticket application form and emailing it back to us.

Before we process your application, we’ll ring you and ask you to pay the full cost of the permit, or the administration fee if you’re applying for a replacement. You can pay by debit or credit card (a 2.2% charge will be added for paying by credit card).

Your season ticket will be ready to collect from the Town Hall reception three working days from the date we take your payment. You can pick it up between 9am and 4pm any weekday and you’ll need to show some photographic evidence.

Private car parks

In addition to the council car parks we provide,  there are a number of private companies who operate public car parks in Barnsley. These are parks may have rules and regulations surrounding their use. These will usually be clearly displayed in and around the car park or available from the car park owner/operator.

Some of them may also have restrictions on the height, width or length of your vehicle.

If you want more information about private car parks, please fill in our online enquiry form.