You can view our car parks on a map here.
To find privately run car parks in the district visit Parkopedia (Please note we are not responsible for information on third-party websites)
The Council operates a number of Pay and Display and free car parks across the district. The current charges are available to download. The Council also offers a range of permits for use in its Pay and Display car parks.
Blue badge holders are also required to pay for parking sessions – please see Parking for the Disabled section below.
Please note that in the following car parks payment can only be made by RingGo:
- Egerton Park
- Front of Town hall (Weekends and Bank Holidays only)
- Galley Hill – Bottom
- Galley Hill – Top
- Wainwright Road
- War Memorial
- Old Lydd Road, Camber
RingGo Cashless Parking
RingGo is available in all our car parks across the Rother district. RingGo lets you pay for your parking without cash, you just need a debit or credit card and a phone. You can register with RingGo either by using the RingGo smartphone app (downloadable free of charge) or online at RingGo’s website. Alternatively you can register at the same time you want to park by calling 0203 046 0010 and paying for parking. Please note you cannot book a space in advance of arrival at any of our car parks.
You may pay a 20p convenience charge on top of the normal parking charges – please see local signage within the car park.
If you call or text RingGo you are charged the standard rate, often included within your mobile phone package. If you use ‘text to park’ you pay for the text message and 10p for the summary text message which you automatically receive confirming your parking session details.
Optional confirmation messages and reminder texts, like when your session is about to run out, cost 10p per message.
Credit/Debit Card Payments
You can also pay for parking by using a credit or debit card at most of our car parks Credit and Debit Card Payments.
Nominated Parking Permits
Nominated parking permits for Rother District Council car parks are available to purchase/renew online by filling out our Nominated Parking Permit application form. Please allow 5 working days to receive your permit.
This permit allows the holder to park in a named car park for 12 months.
Individuals and businesses are able to order and pay for permits by debit or credit card as well as an option to set up a direct debit and spread the cost over six instalments.
Permits issued to business names or properties are available via this link.
If you do not have access to a debit or credit card and would still like to apply for a nominated permit please contact Neighbourhood Services on 01424 787531.
The following car parks are permit only and have reserved numbered spaces for dedicated use only:
- Bexhill – Western Road
- Rye – Gun Garden – Waiting list closed
- Rye – The Strand (reserved) – Waiting list closed
Please note – If you would like to be added to the waiting list for a permit for these car parks (if available), please complete our waiting list online form.
Rother District Council car parks are subject to a standard charge of £80.
This charge is not enforced if users comply with the published regulations, but it applies to car parks whether or not a parking fee is charged. Please read the regulations which are posted in each location.
Regular checks are carried out by the Contract Compliance Officers to ensure the Pay and Display rules are observed and Standard Charge Notices are issued to offenders.
Please note that some off-street car parks not making a charge are still liable for a Standard Charge Notice for certain offences.
For Rother District Council Notice to Pay Standard Charge – pay online
If you have received a Penalty Charge Notice from East Sussex County Council, please make your payment via their website
Challenge a Parking Ticket
Any person issued with a Notice to Pay Standard Charge ticket by Rother District Council is able to appeal the issue of the notice.
Appeals will only be considered when a Notice to Pay number, full name and correspondence address are supplied.
You should not pay the fine until the appeal outcome is determined. The amount due will not increase until we have reached a decision and written back to you.
Please click on the button below to submit an appeal online, alternatively, you can email email@example.com, or write to Rother District Council – Car Parks, Town Hall, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, TN39 3JX.
To read about the appeals process see our Notice To Pay – Appeals Process page
Parking for the Disabled
The Council provides dedicated parking bays in its Pay and Display car parks for use by holders, there is however a need to pay for parking.
If you are in receipt of one of the following you may qualify for a concessionary permit.
- Current recipients of the higher rate mobility or enhanced rate mobility component from the Department of Work and Pensions or Personal Independence Payment, higher rate mobility from the Department of Work and Pensions.
- Registered blind.
- Current recipients of the War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement.
- People with a car or trike issued under the pre-1976 invalid vehicle scheme.
For further information telephone 01424 787531 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Car Park Regulations
Please see each individual car park notice board.
Car Parking Height Restrictions
The following car parks have height restriction barriers set at 1.9 metres.
- Battle – Upper Market
- Bexhill – Sidley
- Bexhill – The Gorses
- Bexhill – Beeching Close
- Bexhill – Wainwright Road
- Bexhill – Manor Barn Car Park
- Bexhill – Western Road
- Bexhill – Little Common Recreation Ground
- Camber – Western (Summer Only)
- Camber – Old Lydd Road
- Rye – Bedford Place
- Rye – Lucknow Place
- Rye – Gibbet Marsh – Main
- Rye – Gibbet Marsh – Overflow
To report a fault with any of the Council’s car parks, call 01424 787531 or email: email@example.com
Winter Maintenance – Snow and Ice
We operate 30 car parks distributed around the 200 square miles that the District covers and, during snowy and icy weather, our intention is to treat as many of these as we are physically able, where road conditions allow us to reach them.
Many media reports about road travel confirm that just spreading salt will not clear snow. It needs the input of energy from moving traffic to spread and make the melting process work.
This means that some areas may remain affected by ice and snow and, as in the case of the highway, the motorist and user must exercise caution and discretion at times when using our Car Parks.