Hospital car park to be closed

Airedale Hospital

11:06am 16th February 2017
(Updated 11:35am 16th February 2017)

One of Airedale Hospital's car parks is going to be closed for a week.

It's part of a project to install new parking barriers and work will start on Sunday.

The Outpatients car park - officially known as P1 - is the smaller of the two main patient and visitor car parks.

The bigger P3/West car park will remain open, along with the parking spaces immediately in front of the Outpatients department.

Project manager Richard Burgin said: "We are closing the car park to carry out building and electrical works. The week of 20th February is half-term for Bradford schools, and we traditionally see a lot less traffic on site during school holidays, which is why we've chosen this week to close it.

"We apologise for the disruption and advise anyone visiting our Outpatients department to leave a bit longer for parking and walking to their appointment. Patients can of course continue to be dropped off outside Outpatients."

Wheelchairs will be available at the zone C/West entrance for anyone who needs assistance to reach Outpatients from the P3/West car park.

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