Council-operated Car Parks
About our car parks
New 'Quids In' campaign
Town Centre car park tariffs have been slashed to just £1 for the rest of the day and night after 3pm Monday to Friday from until 31 January 2014. For further information on participating car parks and more offers visit Quids In campaign. Participating car parks will be displaying a 'Quids In' sign.
Please note: Fore Street and South Street car parks are not included in the campaign.
All Ipswich Borough Council car parks are open 24 hours a day and are coin operated Pay & Display. Select the required car park from the list for further information, an interactive map and driving directions.
- Cromwell Square car park: 64 spaces
Cromwell Square, Ipswich IP1 1UP
- Crown surface car park: 236 spaces, including 12 disabled bays
Charles Street, Ipswich IP1 3JG
- Fore Street car park: 30 spaces
Star Lane, Ipswich IP4 1JZ
- Regent Theatre car park: 62 spaces
Cobden Place, Ipswich IP4 2EA
- Upper Barclay Street car park: 30 spaces
Upper Barclay Street, Ipswich IP4 1HU
- William Street car park: 77 spaces
William Street, Ipswich IP1 3HX
- Bond Street car park: 20 spaces
Bond Street, Ipswich IP4 1JE
- Great Gipping Street car park: 132 spaces
Portman Road, Ipswich IP1 2BS
- Ipswich Village car park: 329 spaces
West End Road, Ipswich IP1 2DZ
- New Portman Road car park: 563 spaces
Portman Road, Ipswich IP1 2BP
- Portman Road car park: 55 spaces
Portman Road, Ipswich IP1 2DW
- South Street car park: 54 spaces
South Street, Ipswich IP1 3NU
Car parks to suit your visit
Alternatively, choose from the list below to find a car park to suit your visit:
- Events, concerts and exhibitions;
- Christchurch Park & Mansion;
- Football match day parking;
- Park & Ride;
- Railway station, court and council offices;
- Swimming pools and sports centres;
- Theatres and evening entertainment;
- Town centre and Shopping;
- Waterfront and the University.
All car park and on-street tariffs can be found on the tariff list.
Changes to parking restrictions
Please be aware that parking restrictions often change during home football matches, concerts and other special events. This is to keep traffic flowing freely, for security reasons or for road works. This can sometimes include the temporary closure of car parks.
Last Updated: Wednesday 27th November 2013