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If you visit any health services at St Catherine’s Health Centre, please be aware we are introducing new parking arrangements as of 30 January 2019. 


Getting to St Catherine’s Health Centre

There are several bus routes that stop right outside the Health Centre, and Green Lane train station is only a ten minute walk away. For patients and visitors who want to come by car, they will be able to park for free for a maximum of two hours from the end of the month.


Why are we introducing a maximum stay?

We are implementing the new maximum two hour parking stay to ensure that space is always available for patients and visitors when they need it. It will help to improve parking and the upkeep of the area for patients and visitors, therefore enhancing the environment for the health centre and the local community.


How are we enforcing it?

An automatic number plate recognition scheme is being installed that scans your number plate as you enter the car park and again when you leave it, very similar to other car park schemes you will have used.


What happens if someone stays for longer than two hours?

Please be aware that staying for longer than two hours will result in a fine. However some exemptions will apply.


What if my appointment is going to take longer than two hours?

Occasionally we understand your appointment may take longer than two hours. In these cases, exemptions may apply.  Please speak to the reception staff before you leave the Health Centre. They will be able to assist you. 


Please note - the NHS will not receive any money from the new system.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 08 January 2019 09:40

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