Parking

car park

Car parking at Southlands Hospital is being expanded during the second half of 2017 so that by the end of the year there will be nearly 200 spaces for patients and staff.

Phase 1 was completed in June 2017 for the opening of Western Sussex Eye Care | Southlands, our state-of-the-art ophthalmology department, and includes new disabled parking bays and a drop-off and pick-up point outside the unit’s main entrance.

The car park is pay and display for all visitors. If you are using a disabled space, you must also display a valid European Blue Badge.

Parking charges are as follows:

8am-8pm:

  • Up to 1 hour: £1.30
  • Up to 2 hours: £2.60
  • Up to 3 hours: £3.50
  • Up to 4 hours: £4.70
  • 24 hours: £7.60

Overnight (8pm-8am): £2.00

Seven-day ticket for patients and visitors: £22.00

The payment machines accept cash only (no cards). Unfortunately they do not yet accept the new £1 coins and £5 notes. You can use these to pay at the administration office next to the main entrance. 

Please follow the signs for the patient and public car park as other areas on the site are reserved for staff permit holders. Street parking in the area is very limited.

Parking charge notices are now in force at Southlands Hospitals. Please refer to signs for full details.

If you wish to appeal a parking charge notice you can do so online or by post at www.ukpcappeals.co.uk/options.

Electric vehicle charging points are not yet available.

For more information about car parking at Southlands Hospital please telephone 01903 285222 ext 83820.

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