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Media Release

Date: 11 April 2017

Car park changes at Bath Royal United Hospital

Work starts soon to prepare to demolish the old Pharmacy buildings at the front of the Royal United Hospital in Bath.

This means some changes in car parking for visitors:

  • The Blue Badge car park to the left of the main entrance will close and be relocated from Tuesday April 18.
  • It will move to the car park opposite the main 300-space public car park, P1, a short walk to the hospital's front door.
  • This car park will change from public use to Blue Badge holders only.

There are marked disabled bays in P1, the main public car park. Blue Badge holders can also park without charge in any public spaces on site, except 20-minute bays, as long as they have registered their details with the hospital.

The changes will allow construction work to begin on the new RNHRD and Therapies Centre, part of the Trust's estates redevelopment plan to make the RUH fit for the future and to improve services to patients. To find out more visit

The Trust regrets any inconvenience and thanks patients and visitors for their co-operation.


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