Parking for blue badge holders visiting our sites is free for the duration of stay in any space in our patient and visitor car parks. However it is important to note that our sites are managed by Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras, and as such blue badge holders must register on each visit to obtain this concession; please see below for specific information on the site you are visiting.
Please register your vehicle registration number badge with reception staff on arrival; you must take your government issued disabled permit with you to register. You will not be required to return to your car to display this. Failure to register your blue badge will lead to a parking notice.
Dedicated blue badge spaces are available near our main entrances.
Chase Farm Hospital
There are two machines available to register your vehicle registration number and blue badge details. One machine is located with the Concierge Service at the main entrance of the hospital; please advise them of your blue badge details and vehicle registration umber to obtain free parking for the duration of your visit. The other machine is also located inside the main entrance of the hospital to the left hand side where you can enter the details manually.
All car parks at Chase Farm Hospital have dedicated blue badge bays.
Royal Free Hospital
Please register your vehicle registration on arrival at either the Pond Street reception or security reception (adjacent to A&E). You must take your government issued disabled permit with you to register. You will not be required to return to your car to display this. Failure to register your blue badge will lead to a parking notice.
There are 15 blue badge bays at the Pond Street entrance and one blue badge bay outside A&E (lower ground floor). There are a further four blue badge bays on level 01 of our multi-storey park, accessed via Roland Hill Street.