Parking

Parents and visitors to Birmingham Children’s Hospital are encouraged to use public transport or nearby public car parks whenever possible as there is no on-site parking. 

The area at the front of the hospital is a drop off area only and is not used for parent parking.

Parent & visitor parking

Parking is available at the NCP Royal Angus Car Park located on Whittall Street, B4 6HD opposite the hospital or Printing House Car Park located on Printing House Street B4 6DE.

Blue Badge holders must pay to park in any of the car parks highlighted but they can park for free if they use the “Disabled Spaces” allocated on the roads around the hospital site. A current blue badge must be displayed. 

Car parking charges

Royal Angus - The Pay as You Go validation is at the Welcome Desk which allows users to access the tariff in the table below. You take your ticket as you enter the Royal Angus then validate your ticket at the Welcome Desk at the main entrance either as you come in or as you leave the site; once the ticket is validated you pay at the pay machine within the car park the charges outlined below. 

Printing House Car Park (pay & display) – the payment machine for this is located within the car park and you do not need to validate your ticket. 

Time period

Parking charge

Up to 1 hour

£2.00

Up to 2 hours

£4.00

Up to 4 hours

£5.00

Up to 6 hours

£6.00

Up to 8 hours

£8.00

More then 8 hours

£10.00

Car Parks

Car parks

Key:

  1. NCP Royal Angus Car Park which offers Birmingham Children's Hospital PAYG subsidised rates.
  2. Loveday Street - drop off point only.
  3. Printing House Street is a PAYG car park.
  4. NCP Londonderry House Car Park.
  5. NCP High Street  Car Park - £1 per hour for the first 8 hours.
  6. Birmingham Children’s Hospital main entrance – drop off point only.

Please refer to the parkopedia website for the most up to date information on local car parks and charges.

Long term parent parking - Steelhouse Lane site only

If a child or young person has been an inpatient for more than 30 days then the parent or guardian can apply to get a "long term free parent parking pass". You obtain this by asking the nurse in charge of your child's care to complete the Long Term Parent Parking request form. Your name will then be added to the waiting list. When a space becomes available Facilities will contact the ward who will then advise the parent or guardian that a space is available. Once allocated the parking tickets are issued from the Welcome Desk on a daily basis, the tickets are for the NCP on the High Street.

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