Drivers information: Hospital Parking Updates

Southampton General Hospital

Volunteer spaces- Display yellow permit

Pay and Display space- Do not purchase ticket but display yellow permit

Other Visitor Car Parks (1,3,7-8)- Display your permit and give your details at the exit intercom

Blue Badge Spaces- Display Blue Badge. Yellow permits only are not acceptable

Parking enforcement with penalty charges is in force for vehicles incorrectly parked

Petersfield Community Hospital

All spaces- make sure the yellow permit is displayed clearly and go to reception to register. Any queries will be dealt with directly by NCP.

RHCH Winchester

Pay and display main car parks-display yellow permit only

Multi-storey car park- 30 minutes parking only

Aldershot Centre for Health

All parking spaces- register at Reception on each visit with yellow permit and group ID badge

QA Parking

Using the open bays- Use those adjacent to the East entrance only and display your volunteer permit

North or Multi-storey Car Park- take your yellow permit and pay and display ticket to reception for  free parking

Disabled Spaces-display both your blue badge and yellow permit

Drop-off Bays- 20 minutes only

North Hampshire Hospital Basingstoke

The hospital are introducing a number plate recognition based replacement to the current barriers to the visitor car parks at Basingstoke.  We expect work to start on the replacement of the barriers around 15 May and for them to be operational by the end of the month.The dedicated / bollarded bays at the front of the hospital will remain and should be the default location for longer stays

There will no longer be an option to validate tickets for users of the visitor car parks (the system is ticketless) however the new car parks will allow all users 30 minutes free parking (to allow for drop off and collection of patients).

Volunteer Drivers:

  •  For short visits (drop off and collection) the best default option would be to use the visitor car parks which will allow stays of upto 30minutes (plus a grace period to allow users to exit the car park).  For short visits drivers need not visit the pay machines as the barriers will automatically lift
  • For longer visits (where volunteers are waiting with patients) the bollarded bays at the front of the hospital should be the preferred option

Please contact us for the code for the secured volunteer driver only spaces

Useful links

Below are some 'fast track' links, in areas relating to transport,health and safeguarding for our members to access.

 

Transport

Volunteer Drivers & Motor Insurance

A Guide to Voluntary Car Schemes (produced in partnership with Hampshire County Council)

Older Driver’s Skills Scheme

 

Health

A guide to parking at Hampshire Hospitals

Guide to claiming back healthcare costs (including volunteer transport)

Guide to Getting Care & Support at Home in Hampshire

  

Safeguarding 
We take our duty to look after the people we help and our volunteers very seriously.
The Good Neighbours Network relies on safeguarding advice and support from the Anglican Dioceses of Winchester and Portsmouth.
If groups require urgent advice please contact