Where to find car parks and coach parks in the East Riding, purchasing a permit and report a defect fault.
You can find all car parks in the East Riding by using our Car Parking Finder tool. Here you can view available car parks on a map, view a list of car parks and search by keywords (for example a location like Hornsea or Beverley), or view the closest car parks to a specific postcode:
View and search for car parks
You can also view car park charges for each car park.
You can find all designated coach parks in the East Riding in the table below.
School Lane off New Walkergate (town centre)
There are no time restrictions when a motorcycle is parked within a marked out motorcycle bay in both the free and pay and display car parks. Also charges do not apply within these designated bays.
If however, a motorcycle is parked in a normal parking space then any time restrictions or charges apply as per a normal vehicle. Below is a list of car parks where the above rules apply:
Yes, the council offers a limited number of permits that can be used in its long stay car parks and long-stay on street paid parking zones.
If you have already registered for MiPermit, you can renew and pay for your car park online using the new MiPermit virtual (paperless) permit system.
If you haven't already registered you'll need to register first following the steps below:
If you've already registered you can just go to the MiPermit website using the link above and log in to buy or renew your car park permit.
If you have any questions or need any help with the MiPermit website please telephone the virtual permit helpline on 0345 520 7007.
These calls cost the same as a national rate call and when called from a mobile phone will be included in your tariff package (if applicable).
Alternatively, a breakdown of the current prices for these permits is available on the application form below:
Long stay permit application form (pdf 177kb opens in new window)
To begin the application process you must first fill out the form above, once this form has been completed you may send the application form along with a cheque for the appropriate fee (made payable to 'East Riding of Yorkshire Council') to:
Permits PO Box 299 Beverley HU17 6FH
To purchase a parking permit for a CPZ zone visit the Controlled parking zones page.
Information on how to apply for a disabled parking permit, or Blue Badge, is available on the disabled parking permit (Blue Badge) page.
Here you can view available disabled parking on a map:
View map of disabled parking in Beverley
Blue badge holders may park in on-street car parks without paying and displaying.
Please note: pay and display tickets must be obtained when parking in any off street East Riding of Yorkshire Council car parks. For information on which car parks have disabled parking bays please refer to our view car parks by location and their charges.
Yes, please report a car park defect online (opens in new window).