The Aberdeenshire Council (Off-Street Parking) Order, 2011
The Aberdeenshire Council (Off-Street Parking) Order, 2011 contains information regardnig rules and restrictions on the use of off-street car parks.
Did you know that you can now pay Parking Fines online?
List of all available Car Parks in Aberdeenshire. All car parks are accessible at all times, unless being used for a specific event.
Pay and Display is valid between 8am and 6pm Monday to Saturday. Also contains details of prices and conditions of use.
You can now pay your Excess Charge Notice online.
Information on the Blue Badge Scheme which give exemption from certain parking restrictions, can be found within our Care section.
Find out which areas in Aberdeenshire require a residents parking permit and how to apply for your permit.
Advice on protecting you and your car. Ensure that when you leave your vehicle you don’t leave valuables laying on your seats and that your vehicle is secure.
Find out more about Aberdeenshire Council's trial of cashless parking (pay by phone) at Market Square Car Park, Stonehaven.
Car Parking Standards for New Developments
The document presents a set of parking standards, and associated guidance for the provision of off-street parking. The standards will be applied to new or modified developments, which are subject of a planning application.
We have taken the opportunity to undertake a review of their parking standards, to take account of the following:
- the national requirement to develop and implement a set of maximum parking standards
- opportunities for the implementation of Travel Plans and developer contributions to promote non-car modes to developments
- changes in development and travel patterns since 1995 when the parking standards were last reviewed
The standards and guidance within this document have been derived from local operational experience, national policy guidance and best practice, and a review of parking accumulations experienced at comparable sites across Scotland and the UK.
They have been the subject of wide-ranging public consultation, and tested against the results obtained from a series of specially commissioned car park accumulation surveys that were undertaken at key sites across Aberdeenshire.