Privately owned e-scooters are currently illegal to use on public roads and pathways in Bedfordshire, and it is only legal to use an e-scooter or powered transporter on private land with the permission of the land owner.

We do not give permission for e-scooters to be used on any of our sites.

If you are caught doing so by the Police you could receive;

  • Six points on your licence
  • £300 fine
  • Your scooter could be seized

The rules for private e-scooter and other powered transporters have not changed despite the introduction of government run e-scooter trials in certain areas. We're aware that locally some similar venues are part of the e-scooter trials on their private land, but we are not one of the trail venues.

To find out more about the rule surrounding private e-scooters and other powered transporters, visit the government website (opens in new window).

If you witness anyone breaking the law and using an e-scooter on our sites please report it to the Police by calling 101 or via the web form: