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Victoria Leeds Multi-Storey Car Park - 805 Spaces
Edward Street Car Park - 261 Spaces
Templar Street Car Park - 270 Spaces

Open Today

Open 24hrs

Parking Tariff

Charges Apply

Location

LS2 7AS

Car parking spaces: 805
Disabled spaces: 50
Family spaces: 18
Electric vehicle charging facilities
Car washing facilities
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Opening Hours

  1. Mon - Open 24hrs
  2. Tue - Open 24hrs
  3. Wed - Open 24hrs
  4. Thu - Open 24hrs
  5. Fri - Open 24hrs
  6. Sat - Open 24hrs
  7. Sun - Open 24hrs

Tariff

Victoria Leeds Multi-Storey Car Park Tariff Up to 1 hour £3 Up to 2 hours £5 Up to 3 hours £7 Up to 4 hours £9 Up to 5 hours £12 Up to 6 hours £16 Up to 7 hours £20 Up to 8 hours £25 Over 8 hours £30* **Evening (5pm to 6am) £3

**Within the day tariff, from 6am - 5pm. Per 24 hours. *You may park for more than 24 hours. The tariff will repeat after each 24 hour period. Credit and debit cards accepted. Lost tickets can be investigated by the Management Team.

***T&Cs apply.

Useful information

Open 24 hours, 7 days a week.

You can enter John Lewis & Partners Leeds from Level 1 & 6 (please check with the store directly that all entrances are open) of our car park or via Victoria Gate. Harvey Nichols Leeds has multiple entrances in Victoria Quarter or via their Briggate entrance. All are a short walk from our car park.

Winner of the 2018 British Parking Awards 'Best New Car Park' in the UK as well as achieving the coveted Park Mark® Safer Parking Award.

Vehicle entrances are from the Eastgate roundabout. Please note we have a height restriction of 2.1m. Pedestrian access is via George Street or Eastgate entrance when the centre is closed.

We have 50 designated disabled parking bays located throughout the car park. We have 18 dedicated family spaces available on throughout the car park.

We have free motorcycle parking in designated bays on levels 0.

Electric vehicle charging is available as you head up to level 1 in our multi-storey car park. Pod Point are now charging 23p per kWh. Why introduce a tariff? This will help enable further expansion of our network in the future. So far, we’ve provided 99,674 kWh of free charging over 3 years. That’s equivalent to 348,859 electric miles and 55.82 tonnes of CO2 saved.