We are responsible for council owned car parks. All of our
car parks are situated within easy walking distance of the town centre with
most of them offering free and low cost parking including charges from as
little as just £1 for four hours.
On Street parking
Hollinshead Street car park is now open to the public seven
days per week (previously it was a staff car park Monday-Friday). It is free
for the first hour or you can get three hours for £1.
Lancashire County Council is responsible for parking on the street and the blue badge scheme.
Changes to parking in Chorley town centre
In May 2017, a number of changes were introduced across all
town centre car parks to give visitors additional free and low cost
parking. If you are parking in Chorley town centre, please check the tariff
board before obtaining a ticket. For full details on the new tariffs,
please download the new parking tariff leaflet under the download it section.
Flat Iron car park ONLY customers must obtain and display a Time of Arrival ticket and abide by the 2hr maximum stay during the FREE periods (Saturday 1pm – 5pm, Sundays & Bank holidays 8am – 5pm). Please note the 2hr maximum stay also applies to Blue Badge holders at all times.
All car parks have the function to issue a Time of Arrival ticket for the free periods.
*****New park and ride*****
A free park and ride service is now operating from Morrisons car park, on Brooke Street, and Woodlands Conference Centre, on Southport Road, to Union Street. This is to help provide more parking spaces during busy times and will run from 9am until 5.30pm every Tuesday and Saturday. Buses will be every 15 minutes and you can view the full timetable here.