Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice

Parking

Updated 22 April 2021

Duke Street car park, Hamilton

With the advice for people to stay local, Duke Street car park in Hamilton reopened on Tuesday 6 April.

Charges and enforcement

Charges in council car parks will be reinstated from Monday 26 April when non-essential shops and businesses reopen. Charges already apply for on-street parking.

A range of free parking initiatives are also being introduced from Monday, including a trial initiative allowing members of the public to use Duke Street car park in Hamilton for free after 3pm.

In East Kilbride Village car parks, free parking for up to 1 hour, thereafter charges apply.

In the on-street parking bays in The Village there will be parking for a maximum of one hour, free of charge.

The cashless parking app RingGo is now also available for use in all council off-street car parks.

Parking enforcement measures are still in place. This includes fixed penalty notices for parking on yellow lines, not displaying a valid badge/permit in disabled spaces or residents parking or parking outwith a designated parking space.  Please see How to avoid getting a parking ticket for more information.

Parking permits

Permits should be displayed as normal.  If your permit has expired, please display your expired permit until you receive your renewal information.

How to contact us

We are unable to answer your calls in person. If your call is about paying a previously issued Penalty Charge Notice please follow the instructions on the back of the ticket. 

If your enquiry is about anything else please email Parking.unit@southlanarkshire.gov.uk or write to us at PO Box 26275, Hamilton, ML3 0WX.

Please park sensibly and safely.