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Car travel and parking for the Glenfield Hospital

Glenfield Hospital is situated about three miles north west of Leicester city centre.

Glenfield Hospital,
Groby Road,
Leicester 
LE3 9QP

Traffic congestion in Leicester is increasing. If you are travelling by car you may need to allow extra time for your journey as queuing can occur at peak times. 

The Leicester City Council provides various information about roadworks and traffic within Leicester.

For more information on how this may effect your journey to the hospitals follow the link below:

> Traffic Information

 

   
      

  
How to get to the Glenfield hospital

  Car parking

The Glenfield Hospital car parks are accessible from Glenfrith Way (A563) and Groby Road (A50), the car parks are open 24 hours a day. The car park office is open weekdays from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Please contact the Customer Service Centre on 0116 204 7888 for further assistance.   

 

The patient car park at the Glenfield site operate on a pay and display basis, when you arrive you need to purchase the appropriately timed ticket and display this in the front window of your vehicle.


Please be aware there is a charge to park in our car parks


 Time

 Tariff

 Proposed Tariff 
 (2 Oct 2017)

 Up to 1 hour

 £1.50

 £1.70

 1 to 2 hours

 £2.50

 £2.80

 2 to 3 hours

 £3.00

 £3.30

 3 to 4 hours

 £4.00

 £4.40

 4 to 8 hours

 £6.00

 £6.60

 8 to 12 hours

 £10.00

 £11.00

 12 to 24 hours

 £12.00

 £13.00

 Night tariff 8pm - 6am

 £2.00

 £2.20

 Motorbikes

 FREE

 

 

Patient and prime carer Saver Tickets 
(Available from the Car Park Office)

 

 Daily

 £5.50

 £6.00

 Weekly

 15.00

 £16.50

 Monthly

 £50.00

 £55.00

 Saver

 £25.00 (for £50.00 of parking credit)

 

Inpatient for over 6 weeks               

FREE parking (for prime carer with proof of car park usage)

 


 


more information on the above charges

  • Disabled parking
    Disabled badge holders can park for free in the assigned disabled bays or any pay and display car park, providing their badge is clearly visible during their stay.
      
  • Drop-off points  (Maximum 20 minutes parking)
    There are drop-off points at the main entrances to all of the hospitals. 
        
  • Restricted parking areas  
    Be careful when parking to keep restricted areas clear. These are indicated by red markings. Cars parked in these areas will be dealt with accordingly.
  • Prime Carers
    The prime carer of a patient that has been in hospital for more than six weeks will be provided with free parking from the beginning of the seventh week. There will be one exemption per patient which can be passed between carers if the prime carer provides proof of previous car park usage.

Parking exists for cycles and motorbikes at the main entrance to each of the hospitals, for more detailed locations see the site maps.



Useful websites for car travel: