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Travelling by car - Conquest Hospital

View of the rear of Conquest Hospital over the Lagoon
The Ridge, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, TN37 7RD.
Telephone: (01424) 755255

Conquest Hospital is on the B2093. When arriving at the main entrance the main public car park is on the left.  An additional car park is on the right next to the Richard Ticehurst Surgical Unit. 

There are some other spaces outside of the Hydrotherapy pool, the Medical Outpatients entrance and the Egerton entrance. These spaces are mainly for people with blue badges.  

Patients or visitors may be taken to or collected from the main entrance at drop off points, but cars cannot wait in these areas.

Car parking charges

Conquest Hospital parking office - Tel: (01424) 755255 ext: 7235 or mobile 07826 533156.

The main public car park is pay-on-foot and the rest are pay-and-display. The following parking charges apply:

  • 0 minutes up to 30 minutes - Free
  • From 30 minutes up to 1 hour - £1.50
  • 1 hour up to 2 hours - £2.80
  • 2 hours up to 3 hours - £4.20
  • 3 hours up to 4 hours - £5.60
  • 4 hours up to 5 hours - £6.90
  • 5 hours up to 6 hours - £8.30
  • 6 hours up to 12 hours - £9.60
  • 12 hours up to 24 hours - £14.90
  • Lost tickets charged at £14.90 per day (24 hours)

Discounted tickets available from the car park office in the main car park:

  • 5 day - £18.80
  • 7 day - £25.10
  • 14 day - £35.20
  • 30 day - £42.70

Exemptions currently apply to:

  • Blue badge holders - free parking in designated blue badge bays (maximum stay 3 hours)
  • Patients attending cancer/oncology clinics and their relatives (national MacMillan guidelines)
  • Liverpool Pathway relatives (bereavement)

For more information about concessions or the parking system please contact the Parking Office using the telephone number(s) listed above.

Registered disabled blue badge holders

Registered disabled badge holders can park free of charge for a maximum of 3 hours, in the designated blue badge parking bays, when displaying a valid blue badge in the car windscreen.

Blue badge holders who park in our pay-on-exit car parks or pay-and-display car parks will be required to pay the full parking charge.

We have provided designated disabled parking bays close to the hospital entrances.

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