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Information about parking near Moorfields Eye Hospital
Moorfields Eye Hospital operates a considerable number of clinics and outreach centres, including two hospitals in the UAE, but the original and main hospital is the one at 162 City Road, off Old Street in London, and that is the address discussed here. How to park around Moorfields Eye Hospital is a question which elicits the answer “with great difficulty” in the case of on-street parking, but the area is quite well served for off-street car parks.
Some additional information about parking in moorfields eye hospital, to cater to all your parking needs
Finding an on-street parking space in the area around Moorfields Eye Hospital is extremely difficult because the number of people looking for a vacant space in this hectic part of London far exceeds the number of parking spaces not reserved for residents or businesses.
The following car parks are within 10 minutes walk of Moorfields Eye Hospital:
Old Street station provides both underground and overground connections, while Euston and Kings Cross stations, with their plentiful services to the north and Scotland, are a short bus ride from the hospital.
Old Street underground station is on the Northern Line with good connections to all other underground lines and to the Docklands Light Railway. Ten bus routes run down City Road and Old Street: 21; 43; 55; 76; 141; 205; 214; 243; 271; and 394.
There are some disabled parking bays in Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) A and C, but almost none within a disabled person’s walking distance of Moorfields Eye Hospital.
Parking in this area is controlled by Islington Council. Virtually all of Islington falls into one of their 25 controlled parking zones (CPZs); the area around Moorfields Eye Hospital is split between Zones A and C:
For practical purposes, it is always best to assume that off-street parking is simply not available except on Sundays.
The rules, charges and limitations do not change on bank holidays.
Drivers are permitted to stop on double red lines to drop-off and pick-up, (but not to wait for), disabled passengers in possession of a Blue Badge, provided there are no loading restrictions.
Drivers are permitted to stop on single and double yellow lines to drop-off and pick- up, (but not to wait for), passengers, provided there are no loading restrictions, and in so doing they would not cause an obstruction.
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