Parking during the Fever-Tree Tennis Championships

This event takes place at Queen’s Club from Monday 18 June to Sunday 24 June 2018.

In order to help address additional parking pressures during the tournament, parts of controlled parking zones D and H will have their controlled parking hours extended.

Normally, controlled parking hours in D and H are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

During the tournament, from Monday 18 June to Sunday 24 June 2018 (inclusive), controlled parking will be from Monday to Sunday, 9am to 7pm.

The extended parking controlled hours apply to shared permit holder/pay and display parking/pay by phone bays, single yellow lines and parking suspensions in the affected parts of Zone D and H (Musard Road).

In addition, there will be an eight hour limit for pay and display parking.

Resident and business parking permits and blue badge holders - Zones D and H resident and business parking permits and blue badges continue to be valid for parking without time limit in Zones D and H shared permit/pay and display/pay by phone bays, including during the extended hours of control.

Drivers should note that single yellow lines restrictions with no ‘no waiting’ sign displayed within the affected area of Zone D and H will be in operation 9am to 7pm every day during the tournament. In addition to this no parking will be permitted at anytime on the single yellow lines between Baron’s Court Road and Comeragh Road adjacent to No. 2 Comeragh Road from Saturday 16 to Sunday 24 June.

Map of extended parking controls in operation during the Fever Tree Championship (761kb PDF)

Visitor parking in Zone D and H

Residents living within the area of Zone D which has extended parking controls

The visitor parking permit will operate as follows:

  • from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday: The visitor parking permit will operate as usual. You will need to book and pay for a parking session when your visitor arrives. Parking with a visitor parking permit during these hours remains chargeable at the usual rates. The vehicle must be parked in a Zone D shared permit/pay and display parking space.
  • from 5pm to 7pm, Monday to Friday and 9am to 7pm, Saturday and Sunday: You must book a visitor parking session but there is no charge for parking at these times. The vehicle must be parked in a Zone D shared permit/pay and display parking space.

Residents living outside the area of Zone D which has extended parking controls

If your visitor parks in an area of Zone D which is not included in the extended parking control hours, the visitor parking permit operates as normal. 

However, if your visitor has to park in an area of Zone D with the extended parking control hours, the following applies:

  • from 5pm to 7pm, Monday to Friday and 9am to 7pm, Saturday and Sunday: You must book a visitor parking session but there is no charge for parking at these times. The vehicle must be parked in a Zone D shared permit/pay and display parking space.

Residents living within the area of Zone H (Musard Road) which has extended parking controls

The council will trial the extended controls in Musard Road for this year’s event. The visitor permit will remain unchanged in how it currently operates and Zone H residents will not be able to book visitor parking sessions during extended controls.

We will monitor feedback from Musard Road residents. If successful, the extended controls can be included for future events and the visitor permit can be developed to allow sessions during the extended controls.

Residents living outside the area of Zone H (Musard Road) which has extended parking controls

If you live outside of the part of Zone H which has extended hours, there are no changes to the way that visitor permit parking will operates.

Apply for a visitor permit

Find out more about the Fever Tree tennis championships.

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