"Parking 9n the Julian Side of the Hospital"

Would it be possible to mention on this site that to park on the Julian Side of the Hospital, one has to have a Permit, with the chance of a £100 fine without one.. the Pay and Display on the other side is too far for the elderly, and disabled, ...Pay and Display could turn out to be much cheaper of course ..and how to obtain a Permit would be helpful , Thank you ...

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Response from Julian Hospital

We have introduced a permit system at the Julian Hospital site to ensure the car park is only used by people working on site or for those attending appointments or visiting the wards. Visitors will be issued a simple day permit on arrival (or can be sent one in advance if attending planned appointments) which should be placed inside the car windscreen. There is currently no cost for the permits. They are issued free of charge to bona fide visitors. The permits are available at the receptions at Town Close Clinic and Hammerton Court or can be issued by the department you are visiting. Regular staff member are issued with a permanent permit.

We are sorry if the permit system causes inconvenience, but unfortunately it has been necessary due to the amount of unauthorised parking that was taking place.

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