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An Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system operates at all our hospital sites. This means your registration number is recorded as soon as you enter the hospital site. ParkingEye manages the car park payment system on behalf of University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust, and parking charge notices will be sent to the homes of registered owners of cars that do not pay the appropriate fee or fail to adhere to time limits in the drop off zones. (See parking signs at our hospital sites for more information).
For the Parking Helpline, please call 0333 456 1111
During 2019/20 there are a series of construction projects and developments taking place on site at Queen’s Hospital Burton to build new clinical areas and new car parks.
However, this has resulted in the closure or temporary loss of some parking spaces. Please find below guidance on parking arrangements during this time, relating to your specific reasons for visiting the site. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding during this time.
The car parks for patients and visitors are unaffected. However, these car parks are still very busy so please give yourself plenty of time to park.
Parking for clinical staff and those working shifts has been prioritised during the construction projects and developments. Those staff should continue to use the staff car parks at Queen’s Hospital Burton.
A Park and Ride facility is available from Burton Albion’s Pirelli Stadium to the bus stop outside the Treatment Centre at QHB. Buses run approximately every 20 minutes Monday to Friday from 7.45am–9.45am, and 3.45pm–5.45pm.
There are 100 spaces available, which is served by a minibus shuttle to and from the hospital. If a member of staff needs to get back to their vehicle during the day, this will be accommodated and can be arranged through the car parking team.
Staff can just turn up at the stadium and do not need to display and permit.
For more information about how to use the Burton Albion Park and Ride service, please contact email@example.com.
|First 20 minutes||Free|
|Up to 1 hour||£2.00|
|Up to 2 hours||£2.50|
|Up to 3 hours||£3.50|
|Up to 4 hours||£4.00|
|Up to 5 hours||£4.50|
|Up to 6 hours||£5.00|
|Over 6 hours||£9.00|
Paying the charge
If you have received a Parking Charge Notice following your visit to any of our sites you will need to contact Parking Eye, our Parking Management Company, directly to pay the charge.
Appealing the charge
We encourage anyone who feels they have received a Parking Charge Notice unfairly to contact Parking Eye to lodge an appeal.
Parking Charge Notices are issued automatically and until further details have been provided they cannot investigate for you.
Parking Charge Notices have a reduced rate if paid within 14 days. When an appeal is put in this stops the clock on the 14 day period that the lower price can be paid. Unless an appeal is submitted this opportunity will be lost.
Persons using disabled parking spaces will be required to display their pass as issued by the Local Authority, which needs to be valid and up-to-date.
Blue badge holders can register with the Trust to receive an extra 30 minutes of free parking. Please call 0333 456 1111 to register. We will need to know your Blue Badge number.
There are multiple spaces accross the site designated for disabled drivers.
The number of spaces for disbled drivers are:
Telephone: 0333 456 1111