This page details the main rules applicable to the controlled car parks and how to obtain a copy of these rules.

The complete rules are contained within the Borough of Oadby and Wigston Off-Street Parking Places (Oadby and Wigston) Order 2021 and amendments. Copies of this order can be obtained by written application to:

Corporate Assets
Oadby and Wigston Borough Council
Council Offices
Station Road
LE18 2DR

Car park rules

Please see below a list of car parking rules that apply throughout the Council car parks within the borough:

  • You must park wholly within the markings of a parking bay
  • You must not park anywhere in the car park that is not a marked bay
  • You must not park in a bay marked for disabled person parking unless you display a Blue Badge permit and time clock
  • You must not exceed the time allowed for parking in any bay
  • Where required you must display a valid parking ticket from the ticket machines
  • No return visits are allowed in short stay (maximum 4 hour) car parks within 3 hours
  • You must not park in an electric vehicle charging bay unless you are actively charging the vehicle

The parking rules and regulations are detailed in a legal document known as the ‘Parking Order’. The current Borough of Oadby and Wigston (Off-street Parking Places) Order was introduced in 2021 and can be found here:

Off-Street Parking Places Order (2021) (PDF Document, 2.22 Mb)

Pavement parking

The RNIB, Leicestershire Constabulary and Leicestershire Councils are working together to encourage people to be more considerate when parking. People, such as the blind and partially sighted, wheelchair users and those with pushchairs, sometimes have to walk on the road, make detours or turn back if they are unable to get past.

By parking responsibly, you:

  • Should allow at least enough space for a double buggy to pass,
  • Will be helping keep pedestrians safe and
  • Be adhering to local parking restrictions that are in place (yellow lines and zigzags).

If you do not park responsibly, you:

  • Could risk someone having an accident,
  • Could risk your vehicle being damaged and
  • Could be fined a minimum of £30.

For details of parking, restrictions go online to

Last updated: Tuesday, 14 December 2021 4:02 pm