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Car Parking Freedom of Information Requests

Ref         Date Closed            Information contained within request.

4934       10 Oct 2018             Car Parking Charges
4539       13 Apr 2018             Income From Car Parking Fees
4526       04 Apr 2018             Trust or Third Party Income From Car Parking Charges
4277       24 Nov 2017            Parking Fines
4231       02 Nov 2017            Car Parking
4139       24 Aug 2017            Car Parking
3595       6 Dec 2016              Car Park Management, number of parking tickets, cost of fines, appeals
3545       18 Nov 2016            Charges and Fines from 01.04.13
3537       10 Nov 2016            Car Parking Increases since 2014
3535       10 Nov 2016            Charges and Fines split by Staff and Visitors
3533       10 Nov 2016            Number of spaces split by site and staff/visitors; Charges and fines from 01.04.13 
3452       28 Sept 2016           Income from 01.04.15
3406       25 Aug 2016            Details of OCS Contract
3279       5 Jul 2016                Parking for Cancer Patients
3177       19 May 2016            Car Park Policy and Implementation of Principles
3177       19 May 2016            Information regarding the above
3177       19 May 2016            Information regarding the above  
3109       31 Mar 2016            Staff charges from 01.04.11  


Please see information below for our current car park charges and concessions 

The Trust currently operates a range of prices ranging from £1.50 for up to one hour to £6.00 for four hours or over. The  charging scheme was introduced to allow more flexibility in the time periods for which charges apply. The charging periods and costs are:

  • Up to 30 minutes drop off  Free
  • Up to 1 hour      £1.70 (at Wrightington and TLC only) 
  • Up to 2 hours    £2.70
  • 2 to 4 hours       £5.00
  • Over 4 hours     £6.50

We understand that some patients have to attend hospital regularly, and this can be costly. In line with our value of ‘Patients First’, we have developed a number of sympathetic concessions. These include:

  • Any oncology patient who attends for frequent regular treatment
  • Any patients attending clinics for a minimum of one day a week for an extensive period
  • Visitors of patients hospitalised for more than 2 weeks (14 days), will be offered free parking for the remainder of the patient's stay from day 15 onwards

Patients attending our Cancer Care Centre now also benefit from dedicated parking spaces.