The Best Places to Park
From the popular shopping centres to the local roadside parking, we compare the best places to park and their costs.
Each car park has different charges and timings. We compare the costs and highlight some great deals.
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Intu Uxbridge Car Park
Below is an image of the current parking changes for intu Uxbridge.
Intu Uxbridge Parking Charges
Up to 2 Hours = £2
Up to 4 Hours = £4
Up to 6 Hours = £5
Up to 10 Hours = £10
Up to 24 Hours = £15
Evenings 6pm – 1am £3
Sunday *All day* £2.50
So what is the best value? Well, as you can see on the 2-hour and4-hour tariffs, you will pay £1 per hour, but then at 6 hours, it goes down to 83p per hour – quite the bargain, I’m sure you’ll agree 😉
Then at up to 10 hours, it is back up to £1 per hour, but if you are planning an all-nighter then the 24 hour charge comes in at £15 which is the best per-hour deal at about 63p per hour.
A 24-hour shopping spree is pretty unlikely though, even with the numerous restaurants and cinema that Uxbridge has to offer. So our top pick or “regular” parking tariffs, is up to 6 hours, where you get 6 hours of parking for the price of 5.
But if you want a REAL parking deal, then might I suggest going on Sunday. On a Sunday, you could park your car in the intu car park, get some breakfast, go to the cinema, have an all-day shopping spree, go to London on the tube, and get back to Uxbridge for dinner, and the parking fee would still only be £2.50!
Yep! All day parking for £2.50! Amazing!
Uxbridge is a town in west London, England, and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Hillingdon. Fifteen miles (24.1 km) west-northwest of Charing Cross, it is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. Uxbridge historically formed part of the parish of Hillingdon in the county of Middlesex and was a significant local commercial centre from an early time. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, it expanded and increased in population, becoming a municipal borough in 1955, and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It is a significant retail and commercial centre, and is the location of Brunel University and the Uxbridge campus of Buckinghamshire New University. The town is close to the boundary with Buckinghamshire, which is locally the River Colne.
Several historical events have taken place in and around the town, including attempted negotiations between King Charles I and the Parliamentary Army during the English Civil War. The public house at the centre of those events, since renamed the Crown & Treaty, still stands. Uxbridge also houses the Battle of Britain Bunker, from where the air defence of the south-east of England was coordinated during the Battle of Britain. Situated in RAF Uxbridge, the No. 11 Group Operations Room within the bunker played a crucial rule during the battle and was later used during the D-Day landings.
The wards of Uxbridge North and Uxbridge South are used for the election of councillors to Hillingdon Council and for statistical purposes. The 2011 Census recorded population figures of 12,048 for Uxbridge North and 13,979 for Uxbridge South.
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