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Parking in Ormskirk

There are 10 pay and display council car parks in Ormskirk town centre providing approximately 933 parking spaces. 

Download a map of car parks in Ormskirk (PDF, 244kb)

Short stay pay and display

You can park for a maximum of four hours at the short stay pay and display car parks located at Bus Station, Market Way, Lunesdale (Moorgate) and Park Road (located at the rear of Pound Stretcher).

Please note:

  • Wheatsheaf car park -  parking is for a maximum of two hour only
  • The car park located at Two Saints Retail Park on which Aldi, Argos, McDonalds etc are located, is no longer a council car park. The car park is owned privately and parking arrangements and enforcement are carried out by Parking Eye (external link).

Long stay pay and display

Longer stay pay and display parking can be found at The Stiles (Derby Street West), Park Pool, Hants Lane and Hutton Way car parks. Contract parking is also available at the Hants Lane car park.

Free and discounted parking

All day free parking in Ormskirk can be found at Finnegan Square, opposite the Civic Hall on Southport Road, with 12 parking spaces. Park Pool customers can claim a 40p refund when parking for more than one hour at the Park Pool car park and using the sports facilities.

Parking on Derby Street car park is free for up to four hours on a Saturday.

All council car parks are free after 5.30pm (until 8.30am) and all day Sunday and on Bank Holidays.

Parking links

Income and expenditure

A summary of the income and costs associated with off street Pay and Display parking and enforcement for the period 1 April 2015 - 31 March 2016, is detailed below:

    Off Street Pay and Display Parking       £589,782  
    Penalty Charge Notices      £90,949   
    Other Income        £4,177  
 Expenditure    £286,874    
 Surplus      £398,033  

Surplus income is used to maintain and enhance car parks. This includes ensuring the lines and signs are legible and that the car park surfaces are free from defects. 

For more information about council expenditure visit our open data page.