"Car parking"

when is the car parking going to be addressed? Coming to visit a relative is a complete nightmare with the car park full, the newly appointed security guard not allowing you to wait for a space and all the roads surrounding the hospital completely full. Today after driving around for ages trying to find somewhere to park I gave up and left and have had to return this evening causing upset to myself and my relative who was waiting for me.

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Response from Moseley Hall Hospital

I am sorry you experienced difficulties in parking when visiting Moseley Hall Hospital. We do appreciate the difficulties visitors sometimes face when parking on the hospital site. The increasing demand on parking spaces, especially at peak times, has led to increasing difficulties in recent months and a full review of both the traffic flow and car parking has recently been completed, and the findings are currently being looked at. A further survey of on-site traffic is due to be undertaken within the next few weeks, the findings of which will be used in conjunction with the report from the review to help us identify how to reduce the problem. Blue-badge holders are welcome to park in any of the designated spaces (which are sited close to the entrance to buildings). Should there be no spaces available, visitors are asked to inform reception staff who will advise of alternative places to park. Specific arrangements can also be made for visitors with mobility difficulties, who may not be blue badge holders, by speaking with the receptionist within the main entrance to the hospital.

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