Osborne Street multi-storey car park
Car park type
Long stay multi storey.
- general parking - 342 spaces
- disabled parking - 20 disabled bays
The motorcycle parking is on the ground floor near the exit.
6ft 8 inches at the entrance and another restriction of 5ft 9 inches under the ground floor ramp.
Also unique to this Multi Storey car park is an open flat surface area which is accessed on the ground floor to the left hand side as you drive into the car park.
Monday to Sunday
£3 for 24 hours car parking starting from the time at which a pay and display ticket is printed.
If you have a Blue badge you can park free of charge.
From Monday 26 July 2021 the car park will be open 24 hours 7 days a week.
Pay and display machines are available on each floor next to the stairs.
Pay on your mobile
You can pay to park in our car parks using your mobile phone using both debit and credit cards. You can pay online or via the MiPermit app.
Monthly or weekly passes
If you have a MiPermit account you are eligible for parking at a rate of £50 per month. Your pass may start on any date and is valid for a full calendar month at the following multi storey car parks -
- Osborne Street
- George Street
- Pryme Street
The monthly pass is equal to a saving of 5 days parking.
You may also purchase a weekly pass for £12.50 which can start on any day of the week. Both monthly and weekly tickets can be used on Saturdays and Sundays when the car park is open.
You may register and by selecting the Hull City Council portal and multi storey season ticket.
Electric vehicles and charging bays
Electric Vehicle Chargers currently not in use due to a fault.
Alternative public chargers are available in car parks at -
- History Centre (Behind New Theatre)
We apologise for any inconvenience.
For more information email Electric.email@example.com
Charging bays are available at Osbourne street car park follow the instructions on the charging station.
For connection and tariff details visit evcharge online
You will also need to pay for parking within the facility, failure to do so may result in a Penalty Charge Notice being issued.