Northaw & Cuffley Parish Council

Car Parks

Car Parks in Cuffley

There are three Pay and Display car parks in Cuffley the details are presented below along with the parking charges prevailing from October 2016. They are represented on the map at the top of this page. Click on the P symbol to locate the car parks. There are also two free public car park at King George V playing fields.

Please note that all of the car parks have height restrictions imposed.

Sopers Road Car Park

Sopers Road Car Park

Payment is by Credit or Debit card, or by phone only.

Charges for weekdays:     £4.50 per day
Charges for Saturdays:    £2 per day
Sundays: Free

Sopers Road is off Station Road and a short walk from the Station and Shops.

King George V Playing Fields

There are two car parks at the King George V Playing Fields, one is adjacent to the northern corner of the site, the other is around 150 metres south. Both are marked on the map.

Station Car Park

Cuffley Station Car Park

Mon-Friday:    All day £5.20
Sat-Sun:            All Day £2
Mon-Friday:   10.00-00.00   £3
Mon-Friday:   17.00-00.00   £2

The Station Car Park has over 200 spaces and adjoins the Station.

Maynard Place Car Park

Maynard Place Car Park

Monday to Friday:  08:00 to 18:00      1 hour no charge. 2 hours 50p
Saturdays: 07:30 to 13:00                    3 hours £1-00  4 hours £1-50
2 hours free for Blue Badge Holders.   Over 4 hours  £10-00
Sunday all day no charge.

Maynard Place Car Park is off Station Road and close to Library, Cuffley Hall, the Parish Council Offices and the local Shops.

Planned changes to tariff at Maynard Place Car Park

Following a large number of complaints regarding the current no-return within the day rule, the Council has decided to change the rule to no-return within 2 hours. The Council also decided to introduce a new tariff band of £2.00  for over 4 hours up to 6 hours. For over 6 hours the charge will be £10.00. Because this is a significant change in the regulations controlling the Car Park, it will take some time to implement. We will announce in due course when the change is implemented.