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Parking charges reintroduced at Nottingham hospitals

today27 June 2022

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Car parking charges are being reintroduced for patients and visitors to Nottingham hospitals. The charges, which remain the same as before the Covid pandemic, start from Monday, June 27 at City Hospital and from Wednesday, June 29 at the Queen’s Medical Centre.

Patients and visitors have enjoyed free parking since Covid’s peak. An Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) barrier system has been introduced, with electronic boards at car park entrances to show how many spaces are available.

Number plates will be read at the barrier and visitors will have to enter their registration number into the payment machine on return to their car. After payment, the barrier will automatically rise as you leave the car park.

Read more: Neighbours blockade street with wheelie bins to tackle ‘ridiculous’ Nottingham hospital parking

Motorists can pay by card in all locations, but cash payments are limited to maternity, yellow car park, and purple car park at City Hospital. At QMC people can only pay by cash at tram bridge; EENT entrance (opposite South Block).

Parking charges are as follows:

  • 30m – free
  • 1hr – £2.00
  • 2hr – £4.00
  • 4hr – £5.50
  • 8hr – £6.50
  • 24hr – £8.00

Disabled parking remains free at the hospitals. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust have said staff will help people with any queries during the transition period.

Both hospitals are served by the now-extended Medilink service, which has new stops in Sherwood and Clifton and calls at the park-and-rides at Wilkinson Street and Queen’s Drive. There are also a number of bus services that cover both sites, and the tram services QMC.

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