PUBLISHED: 07:26 21 May 2019 | UPDATED: 07:26 21 May 2019 The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Photo: Archant Archant A mother-of-three has hit out at new hospital parking charges after saying she queued to pay for almost an hour – longer than her 30 minute appointment. Visitors to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) using an adjacent private car park will now have to pay for their car parking up front, with the ability to top up their payment if their appointment takes longer than expected.The 310-space car park, which opened in 2013, is owned and operated by Bullen Developments, a subsidiary of construction firm R G Carter.Jennifer Goodman said she spent 50 minutes queuing with other patients and visitors to pay the £3 charge.”It’s disgusting, I have spent longer queuing with three children than the appointment took,” she wrote in a complaint to Bullen Developments.”£3 charge to queue for 50 minutes to make a payment for 30 minutes. You may also want to watch: “The poor parking attendant is bombarded with people complaining.”It’s stressful enough visiting a hospital without companies like yours making the whole experience worse.”An NNUH spokesman said of the charges: “The car park adjacent… Read full this story
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