Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust – car parking permit review update

July 1st, 2015

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust have provided an update on the timescales for implementation of their new parking permits.

Thousands of staff, volunteers and other partners applied for new parking permits at QMC, City Hospital and both campus before the deadline of Tuesday 30 June.

Regrettably, Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) will not be ready to introduce the new parking arrangements on 1 August as planned. Current parking arrangements will be extended until further notice (and until a new date is communicated).

This is due to the fact that new equipment (barriers etc) required to manage the use of our car parks will not be in place in time, for commercial reasons. NUH also require a little longer to work their way through the 6,000 plus applications they have received and reorganise the use of car parks ready for the new car parking management arrangements.

When the new permits come into use, car parks will be managed very differently to avoid the congestion and problems motorists have with the present arrangements. This will include financial penalties for both patients and staff who park inappropriately (including those who park without a permit). NUH will ensure that there are clear messages on all of these new arrangements, which are close to being finalised. NUH will communicate as soon as possible the revised dates for informing staff when you will hear the outcome of your application and the revised ‘go live’ date for the new permits.

NUH will also provide updates on the timescales for lifting the current pause on applications for permits so that there is an ongoing process (clearly communicated) for staff and new starters to apply for permits moving forwards.

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June 4th, 2019 at 10:35 am


I applied in December for my permit for the City Hospital.

I have NOT heard anything back yet, I live in Edwalton which is a distance, i have 4 young children ( i do school drop and pick up) and i have sciatica.

June 5th, 2019 at 1:05 pm


Hi Natasha. Thanks for informing us with your query. Unfortunately this article is from 2015: for up to date advice please can you email or call 0115 9513557 between 8am and 5pm, weekdays. Kind regards – Rebecca

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