Disabled & Other Parking
Most council run car parks have specially allocated disabled persons spaces in which holders can park all day providing a valid blue badge is displayed. If these spaces are full, any other space in the pay and display car parks can be used free of charge provided:
- The vehicle is displaying a valid disabled person's badge
- The registered disabled person is either driving the car or is a passenger
- The vehicle is parked within the markings of the bay
Blue badge holders can also park in on-street limited waiting bays and in on-street pay and display bays all day providing the valid blue badge is correctly displayed. For more in-depth information for where you can and cannot park, please see the disabled blue badge rights and responsibilities booklet that was received with the disabled blue badge. Please note, the blue badges are issued by West Sussex County Council, so please contact them if you would like to apply for a badge or have any further questions about the scheme.
Generally, motorhomes are not permitted to park in council owned car parks. However Arun District Council do allow motorhomes to park in the following pay and display parking bays:
- Sea Road, Littlehampton
One ticket per bay must be purchased, so if the vehicle takes up two bays then two pay and display tickets must be purchased and displayed clearly in the vehicle. The vehicle must not cause any obstruction to other car park users. Overnight camping is not permitted in any council car park at any time.
Coach parking in the area is welcomed, and there are coach parking facilities in the following pay and display car parks:
- Mewsbrook, Sea Road, Littlehampton, BN16 2NA
- Banjo Road, Littlehampton, BN17 5LL
- London Road, Bognor Regis, PO21 1BA
All day and night lorry parking is available at London Road, Bognor Regis, PO21 1BA, and overnight lorry parking is permitted at St Martins, Littlehampton, BN17 5LL.
Parking for motorcycles is free when using the designated motorcycles bays within Arun District Council car parks. When using car park pay and display bays within Arun District Council car parks motorcycles are expected to purchase a pay and display ticket and take the pay and display ticket with them. In limited waiting bays motorcycles must abide by the waiting restrictions. If you are a resident in the Controlled Parking Zone motorcycles do not require a resident’s permit.