Please note: we’re replacing the Pay and Display machines in our car parks for compatibility with the new 12 sided £1 coin. Any machines that are scheduled to be exchanged following the introduction of the new coin will be clearly labelled. Free parking will be available in car parks with only one machine if undergoing replacement at the time of parking (time restrictions will still apply).
We're only responsible for parking that takes place in our car parks and on our land. On-street parking is the responsibility of Devon County Council.
There are a number of car parks within Mid Devon, some are pay-and-display and some are free of charge, see Free car parks. The main towns of Tiverton, Cullompton and Crediton, all have pay-and-display car parks. Tickets can be bought by machine with coins, or payment can be made via RingGo mobile services, or by permit purchased from us in advance, see Car parking permit charges.
All car parks are available for use 24 hours a day 7 days a week, apart from the multi-storey car park in Tiverton which is locked overnight. Car park charges apply 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is an overnight parking charge for part or whole of the period 18.00 - 08.00 (apart from the multi-storey car park in Tiverton).
Tariff boards at every pay-and-display car park show charges and times applicable. It is the responsibility of all car park users to read the tariff board and ensure they comply with the conditions stated. Drivers showing a valid disabled user Blue Badge must pay for parking but will be granted a one hour extension to the pay-and-display ticket displayed. Enforcement officers make regular patrols of car parks and issue Parking Charge Notices for parking infringements, see Enforcement and challenges.
Times and charges for pay-and-display car parks in Tiverton
Times and charges for pay-and-display car parks in Cullompton
Times and charges for pay-and-display car parks in Crediton
List of current tariffs
We issue standard charge notices for any parking infringements in our car parks but will consider challenges to parking tickets issued
See location of free car parks and number of spaces available
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