All the income we receive from car parking at Calderdale Royal Hospital and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary goes into providing patient care.
Our car parking charges:
Up to 2 hours £2.80
Between 2 and 4 hours £5.00
Between 4 and 6 hours £6.00
More than 6 hours £7.00
Information about our car parks
Our car parks are covered by CCTV and security staff patrol regularly.
We operate barrier car parking as well as pay and display car parking. How you need to pay will differ as to where you park.
Calderdale Royal Infirmary and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary:
Barrier car parking
In our car parks that have a barrier on entry, we operate a pay-on-foot system. Please take your ticket to a pay station before returning to your car and exiting the car park. There are pay stations located in each of the public car parks or in the main entrances of the hospital.
The pay stations take coins and notes and give change.
Pay and display
We have a small number of pay and display parking spaces near the emergency department at Calderdale Royal and Huddersfield Royal. The same charges apply but you will need to buy a ticket as soon as you park up and display this in the windscreen. These car parking areas do not have a barrier. These machines do not accept notes or give change.
Acre Mills Outpatients, Huddersfield
Acre Mills operates a barrier system. Please take your ticket from the barrier on entry. Before returning to your vehicle please visit the pay on foot machine, located within the main entrance of the building, to make the appropriate payment. The pay machines accept coins (not 5p), notes and provide change.
If you require guidance please contact our reception staff. If Acre Mills is closed when you come to pay please use the machine in the main entrance at HRI or in the overflow car park next to Acre Mills (which is accessed next to the Wire Works public house).
If you are travelling to an appointment or visiting by car, please allow extra time for parking, as the car parking spaces fill up quickly during peak times.
We offer free parking in line with national guidance. Free parking is available to:
- Parents who need to stay with sick children
- Patients attending for chemotherapy who will be issued with an authorisation card
- Patients attending for renal dialysis who will be issued with an authorisation card
- In-patients who have attended clinic or A & E and are unexpectedly kept in hospital
- Staff from nursing/care homes or next of kin who have been asked to attend the ward to help with the care of their client/patient/relative whilst on the ward.
The next of kin - only one - for patients in critical care areas such as ICU/HDU, CCU, NICU, Paediatric High Dependency will receive an authorisation form.
Terminally ill patients on any area, the next of kin should be issued with an authorisation form allowing them free parking for a maximum of 4 days then the situation should be re-addressed by the senior nurse.
Visiting Consultants from other Trusts who are on Trust business.
Holders of Accessible Parking Badges (Blue Badges) also have to pay the relevant charge however if they are in receipt of one of the following benefits free parking can be obtained:
- Income Support
- Employment and Support Allowance
- Income based Job Seekers Allowance
- Child Tax Credit
- Working Families Tax Credit
- HC2/HC3 Certificate
You can get full guidance on the above qualifying benefits from the general offices located at Calderdale Royal and Huddersfield Infirmary.