Customers who visit the centre several times a day will still be offered 3 hours free parking, so long as visits are 60 minutes apart. If you re-enter under 60 minutes, you will be charged for the entire period you have parked. If your visit is within 3 hours, you'll enjoy free parking whereby you can simply proceed to the exit and the boom gate will open automatically. For customers staying longer than 3 hours, there are three easy ways to pay for parking:
What is ticketless parking & how does it work?
The new parking system utilises number plate recognition to take a picture of your number plate when you enter and recognises this at the exit gate.
How do I keep track of how long I have parked?
You can check what time you entered the carpark by typing your number plate details into any pay station, located at every entry to the centre.
Introducing free parking when you enter after 6pm
Parking will be free if you enter the car park after 6pm and exit before 5am the following day.
How do I register for parking with a Disability permit or as a Senior card holder?
Disability permit parking holders can park at the centre for free at any time. Senior card holders can receive up to 5 hours free. To register for ticketless parking, please present your permit or card to the Customer Service team at the Information Centre located in Library Lane (near Grill'd). Once you have registered you will be able to access the car park seamlessly.
Can I validate my parking after seeing a movie?
Yes, simply scan the barcode of your cinema ticket at any of our pay stations before returning to your car, this will entitle you to an additional hour free parking. Please note, your cinema ticket is only valid on the day of purchase for an additional hour.