As of the close of play on Thursday 30 March 2023, our maternity car park, which is in front of our maternity building (please see map below) will be permanently closed meaning patients, visitors and staff will not be able to park in that car park.
The car park and roads connecting drivers to the car park near our anti-coagulation unit will be closed so the land can be redeveloped and repurposed for affordable housing in the future by our partners the Greater London Authority (GLA).
Our newly opened multi-storey car park will more than reprovide the lost spaces lost from our maternity car park and also when the car park near the anti-coagulation unit closes.
But did you know that only 30-40% of the available car parking bays in our MSCP are currently being used?
Our MSCP has over 400 available car parking spaces and provides a safer and more convenient place to park for colleagues, patients and visitors.
The car park is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and has 48 disabled bays and 45 additional electric car charging points.
As a reminder, the ground floor has disabled parking and is open to staff, patients, and visitors; maternity patients and visitors to our maternity department can park on the first floor; whilst the second, third and fourth floors are dedicated staff spaces.
Patients, visitors and staff can also continue parking in all other North Mid car parks, including our main car park near our main entrance.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused. For more information, please visit our car parking page.