Parking charges rise at N & N

Parking charges will rise at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital from July 1 2023.

The new tariff is:

  • Up to 30 minutes – free
  • 30 minutes up to 2 hours – £3.40
  • Up to 3 hours – £3.90
  • Up to 4 hours – £5.00
  • Up to 5 hours – £7.20
  • Up to 8 hours – £8.90
  • 8 to 24 hours – £13.30

Charges for the hospital park and ride service, which runs from Costessey Park and Ride (510) and Norwich Airport Park and Ride (512), remain unchanged. Costessey Park and Ride costs £1 for patients and visitors and runs every 30 minutes throughout the day.

The hospital says money from parking charges helps to maintain the car parks, and subsidise the park-and-ride service, and then any surplus goes directly to hospital services.


Simon Hackwell, Director of Strategy and Major Projects at NNUH, said: “Our hospital trust is not immune to the cost pressures everyone is facing and the Trust Board has had to make some difficult decisions as a result of the challenging financial position.

 “It has been seven years since we changed car parking fees at NNUH and there remains an extensive list of concessions to make parking free or reduce the costs for patients and carers with frequent appointments at our hospital. We would encourage more patients and visitors to use the frequent Park and Ride service from Costessey which is a quick and easy way to get to the hospital.”

Parking concessions

A range of car park concessions are available for patients and visitors. These include free parking for disabled patients and visitors, dialysis patients, patients attending for cancer treatment, and people with a Carer’s Passport.