With 1600 spaces, the multi-storey car park at Basildon University Hospital was a massive investment. Built in direct response to requests for improvements to parking, from local people, it cost £8 million.
To fund this, and the continued maintenance of the other car parks at Basildon University Hospital and Orsett Hospital, charges for patients and visitors are:
Basildon University Hospital
Up to 30 minutes free
30 minutes to 8 hours £3
8 hours - 12 hours £6
Over 12 hours £10
There are parking spaces designated for blue badge holders near to the hospital entrances. Parking in these designated spaces is free.
Motorcycle bays are available in the following areas:
- at the front of the hospital, there are spaces by the cycle sheds outside the Maternity department
- at the rear of the hospital, the visitors' car park has dedicated bays by The Essex Cardiothoracic Centre
There is no charge for these bays and they are on a first come basis.
The Essex Cardiothoracic Centre
There is a small car park by The Essex Cardiothoracic Centre. The charges are: up to 30 minutes free; 30 minutes to 8 hours £3.
There is a drop-off area and parking spaces designated for blue badge holders outside the main entrance. Parking in these designated spaces is free.
There is a flat rate charge of £3 at Orsett Hospital.
St Andrew's Centre
How do I pay for parking?
At Basildon University Hospital:
You will be asked to pay as you enter the car park.
At Orsett Hospital:
- The car park is 'pay on exit'.
What if I have a problem?
Each pay station and exit barrier has a button linked to a member of security staff, who will be able to help you.
If you find a discarded ticket, please hand it in to the Security Office.
To assist patients, relatives and carers who need to visit the hospital regularly and frequently, concessionary parking is available in certain circumstances.
You may be able to park at a reduced rate if you are:
A patient who has to attend regular outpatient appointments, e.g. cancer and haematology - with more than one appointment per week over a four week period.
A relative of a patient with a stay longer than two weeks.
Please read our leaflet for more details about the reduced rate available and how to apply for a concessionary parking permit.