Car Parking

Both car parks are pay on foot. The charges from 1 November 2013 are:

For frequent visitors, passes are available for £10 a week or £30 for three months plus a £10 refundable deposit. These are available from the general office at either hospital site or the porters’ lodge out of office hours.

Please note: If you enter a car park and find it full, you may exit for free within 20 minutes using your ticket.

Parking for blue badge holders
Designated spaces for blue badge holder can be found near the main entrances at both hospitals. You must display your blue badge.

Reclaiming parking fees
Outpatients claiming one or more of the following benefits may be able to reclaim the parking fee:

To claim free parking you must fill in a patient claim form available from the clinic where you attended your appointment. Please take this form, plus proof of your benefit to the general/cash office. Out of hours you must keep a receipt of your parking charges and return that, plus the claim form and proof of benefits, to the office at your next appointment.

Parking enforcement
UK Parking Control Ltd (UKPC) patrols our car parks to prevent thoughtless and dangerous parking. The company issues fixed penalty notices to drivers who, for example,  park in Blue Badge spaces they are not entitled to, park on pavements and double yellow lines, or block access to essential clinical services and emergency services such as ambulances and fire engines.

The Trust makes no money from penalty notice income which instead funds UKPC’s management costs.

I have been issued with a penalty notice. What should I do?
The Trust is unable to resolve appeals against fixed penalty notices. All information about appeals can be found on UK Parking Control penalty notice. In certain circumstance UKPC may contact the Trust for information before deciding whether or not to uphold the appeal.

Further information about what to do if you appeal has been unsuccessful can be found at Popla, the Parking of Private Land Appeals service.