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An update on parking at St Peter’s Hospital

Levels 2 and 2.5 of our new multi deck car park are open for patients and visitors.

The new car park provides additional parking spaces and direct access to the main reception of the hospital via stairs or lift. There is dedicated Blue Badge parking on level 2, adjacent to the front of the hospital and main reception

All patient car parks are now ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) so there is no need for a ticket to enter or exit. Upon entering the car parks a camera captures your registration number. When you are ready to leave, please enter your reg into any of the payment terminals and pay the fee due.

If you are a blue badge holder please follow the instructions on the terminal in order to obtain your parking free of charge.

Please note that patient / visitor parking continues to be available in the upper level of the ramp car park.

For further information, please see the map below.

  

Car Parking at St Peter's

  

There are three other parking areas:

  1. The main car park is that marked as ‘Hazel Car Park’. This was previously used for staff parking but is now dedicated parking for patients and visitors. It is located on the left hand side as you drive up the road towards A&E.
  2. The top floor of the car park outside Abbey Wing will remain available to visitors.
  3. The small A&E car park will become parking for blue badge holders only. Blue Badge parking is free.

There will still be 20 minutes free drop off in all of the visitor parking areas. All other charges will remain the same.

 

What impact will there be?

You will need to park in a different place to usual and depending on your mobility and which department / ward you are visiting it may take a few minutes longer to get to your destination. Wheelchairs will be available in the A&E car park area.

 

What about other modes of transport?

Buses

Buses will continue to run as normal.

Route Stopping at Frequency
431 Kingston, West Molesey, Walton on Thames, Weybridge, Addlestone, Ottershaw, St Peter's Hospital 60 mins
446 Staines Bus Station, Penton Park, Chertsey, St Peter's Hospital, Ottershaw and Woking Railway Station 30 mins
457 Addlestone, Ottershaw, St Peter's Hospital 120 mins
461 Kingston, Hampton Court, West Molesey, Walton, Weybridge, St Peter's Hospital 30 mins
557 Addlestone, Coombelands, St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey, Shepperton and Sunbury Tesco 60 mins

 

From 30 September 2019, White Bus introduced a new timetable on service 446, which will offer a new half-hourly service between Woking and St Peter's Hospital on weekdays as well as minor re-timing throughout the week.

 

Taxis

Pick up locations will stay the same, outside outpatients entrance on Level 2. Please allow a little longer as the road outside of main entrance will be two-way controlled by traffic lights. Pick up and drop off can also be made at the Duchess of Kent Wing on Level 3.

  

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