Find & Rent a Parking Space in Canary wharf

Forget cruising the car parks of Canary Wharf searching for a place to park, and say goodbye to pricey daily parking fees or fines. With Stashbee you can browse parking spaces to rent in Canary Wharf by simply entering a postcode and selecting the option that suits you best.




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How to Make Your Booking

Booking a parking space with Stashbee is quick and easy.

First, you’ll need to register with us as a Guest. Then take a look at our interactive map and zoom in to see the parking spaces available in Canary Wharf in more detail. You can filter your search according to different criteria like price, space types, CCTV availability, and more.

Once you’ve found a parking space you like, request the space. If you have any questions or would like to view the space, you can send a message to the Host. When you’re ready to book, just make your payment.

Then all you need to do is wait for the booking confirmation. Once you’ve received the confirmation, the space is yours! We’ll take it off the market so no one else can use it during the dates you’ve booked.

When it comes to ending your booking, you should give at least one month’s notice. And don’t worry about losing money if you need to end a booking outside your rolling payment dates – your final payment will be a pro rata calculation. And, of course, we’ll handle that for you. Simple!
 

How to Make a Payment

We’ll only charge you once your Host has confirmed your booking. Your first payment is taken the day before your booking starts.

All payments are made through our secure payment provider, Stripe. We take payments on a rolling monthly basis until your booking ends.

Your Host might ask for a security deposit to guarantee your booking. As long as you keep up to date with payments and don’t damage the space, your deposit will be refunded in full at the end of your booking.
 

Safety and Security

Booking a parking space with Stashbee is extremely safe. We verify our Hosts’ identities and keep bookings secure on our platform.

We want our Guests to feel confident using Stashbee. That’s why we have several security measures in place. From cancellations and refunds to the data we store, we take our users’ privacy and protection extremely seriously.

As for your car’s security, you can opt for extra precautions like CCTV, security gates, security alarms, and lighting.

COVID-19 health and safety

We’ve continued to provide parking spaces in Canary Wharf throughout the pandemic. We’ve been keeping our Guests and Hosts safe with minimal disruption by providing features such as virtual viewings.

Our flexible bookings are the ideal solution in these uncertain times. We’ve also facilitated contactless key handovers through KeyNest. Check out our COVID updates for more information.

Deposits

Some Hosts request a deposit before confirming a parking space. Don’t worry! You’ll receive a full refund at the end of your booking as long as there are no outstanding payments and you leave the space in a good condition.

Payments

Parking space Hosts can choose their rates, but all rates are transparent and exactly as listed. Stashbee only receives a small service charge and won’t surprise you with extra or hidden fees. Hosts are subject to our Booking Terms and Cancellations and Refunds policies, so as long as you make your payments on our platform, all will be protected.

Booking

All Hosts are verified and are subject to our Booking Terms. Both you and your Host will need to agree to these terms in advance.

If you need to cancel a confirmed booking, you can do this directly in your booking dashboard. As a Guest, you can cancel or change booking dates at any time before your booking begins. You might even be able to get part or all of your payment refunded depending on the reason and timing of your cancellation.You can easily access the specific terms and conditions of your space in your booking dashboard at any time.

Your Host has to give you at least two months’ notice to end a booking, giving you plenty of time to find an alternative.

 



Is There Free Parking in Canary Wharf?

The short answer is not really. There are plenty of car parking spaces in Canary Wharf but not many are free unless you work there. You can park for free for three hours at weekends and during bank holidays as long as you spend £10 at any of Canary Wharf’s shops, bars or restaurants. Since most people need to park for longer, that’s not ideal - particularly considering it isn’t strictly free.

Your best bet for parking is one of Canary Wharf’s four underground public car parks, which have a combined 2,500 spaces. They cost £15-£25 for more than five hours or £4.40 for up to two hours. Some also have motorcycle parking.

Any spaces on the street are restricted to permit parking. There are more on-street options further south in Millwall, but they tend to be expensive.

If you’re interested in long-term parking, Stashbee has secure off-road parking in Canary Wharf for low prices. Traditional car parks can’t compete with our low rates or guarantee a dedicated space just for you. It’s the best way to avoid parking restrictions and expensive penalty charge notices.
 

Can You Drive into Canary Wharf?

Yes, you can drive into Canary Wharf. The prestigious urban hub and office complex is located on the Isle of Dogs and is super central and easy to reach. However, the streets in the heart of this financial district are mostly pedestrianised or narrow. The crescent-shaped A1206 ring road follows the River Thames around the edge of Isle of Dogs. It comprises Westferry Road, Manchester Road, and Prestons Road.

As the closest main road to Canary Wharf, the ring road connects the area to the London Docklands. From there, the A13 links the area to Central London and the M25. The A12 heads towards Stratford and Essex, while the Blackwall and Rotherhithe tunnels link Canary Wharf with districts south of the River Thames. Canary Wharf is also served by bus, Underground, and DLR.

Finding it difficult to locate a parking spot after driving into Canary Wharf? Scroll up to rent a parking space from one of our verified Hosts!
 

Parking in Canary Wharf

Whatever you need, whether it’s long-term parking as a Canary Wharf resident or commuter, or short-term parking for a quick visit, Stashbee has you covered. 

When you find a parking space that you like the look of, just click on the listing to see information about how long it’s available for. That includes the minimum rental period, as well how much it costs for one hour and one month’s use of the space.

Currently, we have parking spaces to rent in Canary Wharf for as little as £1.50 per hour and £150 per month. That makes it a hugely cost-effective parking solution that you’re not going to be able to beat.
 

Southwark Transport Options

Canary Wharf is a district within the London Borough of Southwark. As you’d expect from such an important business hub, there are excellent public transport links for the well-over 100,000 workers who commute into and out of this part of the city every day. That includes the Jubilee Line, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), regular buses, and the Thames Clippers river bus. 

Tube

Most of the people travelling into and out of Canary Wharf do so on the good ol’ London Underground. Canary Wharf station is on the Jubilee line, with a fast and surprisingly reliable service, with trains running roughly every couple of minutes. It provides quick connections to many other important hubs, including:

  • London Bridge - 7 minutes
  • Waterloo - 11 minutes
  • Westminster - 13 minutes
  • Green Park - 15 minutes

DLR

The Docklands Light Railway has two stations in the vicinity - Canary Wharf and Heron Quay - and connects commuters to all parts of the city. That includes Bank in the heart of the City of London (11 minutes, direct), Lewisham to the south (16 minutes, direct), Stratford to the north (12 minutes, direct), and Woolwich to the east (24 minutes, one change). 

River Bus

Granted, it’s not a Bond-worthy speedboat, but if you want to travel in style, then meandering down the Thames on a river bus is difficult to beat. The Thames Clippers run a regular service (four per hour at peak times) to Canary Wharf pier from Waterloo in the west (30 minutes) and Woolwich (29 minutes) in the east, with plenty of stops along the way. 

If you merely want to hop across the Thames, then there’s also a cross-river service that takes you from the Canary Wharf Pier to Greenland Pier (Surrey Quays). The Canary Wharf Pier is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the central business district.

Bus

These six bus routes pass through Canary Wharf:

  • D3 Bethnal Green to Canary Wharf
  • D7 Mile End to Canary Wharf
  • D8 Stratford to Canary Wharf
  • 135 Moorfields Eye Hospital to Canary Wharf
  • 277 Highbury and Islington to Canary Wharf
  • N550 Trafalgar Square to Canary Wharf (Night Bus)

What about parking?

If you plan to drive to Canary Wharf before continuing your journey via public transport, then the bad news is that there are no car parks attached to any of these transport options. Therefore, you either face the prospect of paying a day rate of £15-£25 to park in one of the area’s public car parks, or you can save yourself a packet by renting a parking space with Stashbee. 
 

Things to do in Canary Wharf

People often think of Canary Wharf as an all-work-and-no-play kind of place, but thanks to the lack of any major roads, it’s actually a pretty peaceful area to visit, with plenty to keep you busy between meetings.

  • The Museum of London Docklands

Entry is free and the museum is open every day, making this a great way to learn more about the area. You’ll discover the history of the Thames, see the devastation caused by the blitz during the Second World War and uncover the docks’ historical link to the Atlantic slave trade.

  • Eat your way around the world

Office workers need feeding, and in Canary Wharf, that means street food. Just cross the South Quay Footbridge and you’ll find yourself surrounded by street food vans selling delicious eats from around the world. The prices are pretty reasonable, too.

  • The Crossrail Place Roof Garden

Find an unexpected oasis on the roof of the Canary Wharf Crossrail Station. This free public garden has plants from all over the world, as well as a performance space where you can watch plays, music and dance shows.







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