Information about Parking in Luton
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Luton and Dunstable University Hospital is an acute hospital in Bedfordshire. It provides medical and surgical services for over 350,000 people and employs 3,400 staff.
There are several car parks at the Luton & Dunstable University Hospital, which operate as either Pay on Foot or Pay and Display.
However, the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital is currently undergoing a period of disruption, which is making car parking extremely difficult.
The hospital is encouraging patients and visitors to avoid parking on-site or use alternative transport options.
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Parking at Luton & Dunstable University Hospital
There are three main patient and visitor car parks, one small patient only car park and one disabled car park.
- St Mary’s Car Park (patient and visitors)
- Lewsey Road Car Park (patient and visitors)
- Calnwood Road Car Park (patient and visitors)
- Breast Screening Car Park (patients only – located on Lewsey Road)
- On-site Disabled Car Park (located off Calnwood Road)
Car Parking charges start at £1 for 30 minutes and go up to £20 for more than 12 hours.
Pay on Foot car parks
The St Mary’s, Lewsey and On-site Disabled car parks operate as Pay on Foot (POF) operations. Drivers need to take a ticket on entry and pay at one of the Pay Stations before leaving the car park.
Pay and Display car parks
Calnwood Road and Breast Screening car parks are Pay and Display (P&D). Drivers need to pay their parking fee at the Pay Station and display the ticket clearly in their windscreen before leaving the car.
Drop off points
There are two main drop-off points:
- At the main entrance of the hospital
- St Mary’s car park.
You must enter the car park, take a ticket, and exit the car park within 10 minutes to avoid being charged a parking fee.
Car Parking Enforcement
A £70 parking charge notice will be applied to vehicles parked inappropriately.
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Getting to Luton & Dunstable University Hospital
Luton and Dunstable University Hospital is located next to the M1 Motorway (Junction 11) between Luton and Dunstable. The main entrance is on Lewsey Road.
Arriving by car:
Luton and Dunstable University Hospital’s postcode is LU4 0DZ.
Arriving by motorcycle:
There is allocated motorcycle parking available free of charge. It is located in the Lewsey Road car park.
Arriving by motorcycle:
There are a number of motorcycle parking facilities across the hospital.
Arriving by bus:
Both Arriva and Centrebus have routes to the L&D.
Arriving by train:
The nearest train station to Luton & Dunstable University Hospital is Leagrave, served by Thameslink.
Disabled parking at Luton & Dunstable University Hospital
During the extensive period of site disruption, parking at the hospital is extremely difficult, and Blue Badge holders will be required to pay the full charges for car parking unless they qualify for concessionary rates.
You can visit the Hospital’s website to check if you qualify for concessionary rates.
There is an electric vehicle charging station at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital. A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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How much does parking cost at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital?
The current charges are:
Drop off and up to 10 minutes: Free
Up to 30 minutes: £1
Up to 2 hours: £3
Up to 3 hours: £4
Up to 5 hours: £6
Up to 6 hours: £8
Up to 12 hours: £10
More than 12 hours: £20
Which payment methods are accepted at the Pay Stations?
POF stations accept coins, notes and debit/credit card payments. P&D stations accept debit/credit card or text payments only.
Where can I find a map showing the hospital’s car park locations?
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Latest Luton parking reviews
Very convenient for the hospitalClaire
Easy to park even a big car. The place seems to be very safe and quiet. I recommend it.Jacek
Perfect Quiet location. 5 minutes walk to L&D Hospital. Great find.Paul
Easy to find and large space to park on a private driveway. Great find, would use again. Thank youHannah
Great location. Will use again. Thank youNia
Simple process of booking. Easy access to parking space from street, and 5min walk to the hospital.Geoff
Perfect for the hospitalClaire
Very convenient for the L&D.Nia
No issues, good location for visiting L&D hospital.Hum
Good location just down the road from the hospital so takes the stress out of finding a space. Contacted the owner but no response. Was gated so had to pull over to open/close. Felt car was secure. Would have liked a notice reassuring me that it was definitely the right place to park in.Nicola