Visitors to the PCC car park will get their first 60 minutes parking free.
Up to 1 hour: Free
1-2 hours: £3
2-4 hours: £4
4-8 hours: £5
8-24 hours: £10
Long stay parking tickets for 5 or 7 days are available. Ask the ward or department where you are a patient to provide you with an application form, which must be signed by a member of staff.
Take the completed form, with your car registration number, to the general office to the left of the main entrance (office hours) or to the welcome desk (until 8pm weekdays and between 10am and 6pm weekends and Bank Holidays).
5 days: £15
7 days: £18
- Visiting restrictions remain in place at the hospital to keep everyone safe during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Please see the drop down box, below, for more information about parking at this site.
Disabled and self-driving renal patients can park for free. There are wheelchair access spaces adjacent to the main entrance doors and in the patients and visitors car park.
If you have a blue badge you must take it to the security office, so it can be registered on the parking management system. The security office is located in the main entrance foyer on the left hand side, opposite the reception desk. You will not have to do this again when you park at the PCC, until your blue badge expires as the ANPR system will recognise your number plate when you visit again.
Blue Badge holders must not park on double yellow lines or hatched areas.
If Blue Badge holders are unable to register their badge in person at the hospital, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will be happy to help.