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Parking for blue badge holders

The main visitors’ car park has 34 parking spaces for blue badge holders – 30 at ground level and four more on the upper level. When you enter the main visitors’ car park, the parking spaces for blue badge holders are in the far right corner as you go underneath the top deck.

There is a pedestrian route to the main hospital from the ground level of the main visitors’ car park beside the School Of Dentistry.  From there, a tunnel corridor accesses the hospital. At the end of the tunnel corridor, there are stairs and a lift to the main entrance of the hospital.

There are also four parking spaces for blue badge holders at the main hospital entrance. There is a barrier in front of these spaces. These spaces can be accessed by pressing the intercom at the barrier.

 Parking spaces for blue badge holders
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Drop-off and short stay areas

Disabled drivers and patients can use the four parking spaces for blue badge holders at the main hospital entrance as a drop-off or short stay area. These spaces can be accessed by pressing the intercom at the barrier.

There is also a drop-off area on the through road beside the main hospital entrance. This drop-off area has space for approximately four vehicles.

Shopmobility

Shopmobility helps patients and visitors with limited mobility by providing electric scooters and wheelchairs to help them get around the Royal Hospitals site. The Shopmobility service is located near the parking spaces for blue badge holders on the ground level of the main visitors’ car park. It is a free service and available from 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Read more about Shopmobility here.

Abuse of parking spaces for blue badge holders

Any vehicle parked in a space for a blue badge holder must have a valid blue badge displayed. Your vehicle may be clamped if you fail to do so.