Nottingham St. James Street Car Park Review

The Nottingham St. James Street car park is neatly tucked into a corner which allows easy access to the Nottingham Castle and the Galleries of Nottingham Museum, with the city centre located just five minutes away by foot. The Old Market Square has a selection of retails stores, cafés and malls which is perfect for a weekend of shopping with family. The Park Plaza and Rutland Square Hotel are also just opposite the site making it convenient for visitors. St. James Street car park is open throughout the week, and even on bank holidays making it first choice for parking near the city. Occasionally, you might find the car park full, however, don’t be put off by this because the Mount Street car park is just around the corner. The parking tariffs are as follows:

Daily Charges -
£5.00 for 2 hours
£7.00 for 4 hours
£10.00 for 6 hours
£12.00 for 9 hours
£14.50 from 9 to 24 hours

This multi-storey car park has 475 spaces with 4 bays allocated for blue-badge holders. There are two passenger lifts within the facility and is fully under CCTV surveillance, it might be useful to know that this car park has been awarded the Parkmark® Secure Award for its level of security and safety. Payments can be made by either cash or card. A 6ft 6” height restriction is in place, which means that it cannot accommodate trailers.

Contract Parking?

Yes – Contract rates are normally £200 per month  but by calling 0115 947 7565 you can  receive a large subsidy which will reduce this by at least 50% in addition  you can sign up on a rolling monthly agreement rather than the usual 6 or 12 month tie in   Alternatively email  for information by clicking here

St. James Street car park is a convenient parking space, especially for a weekend of shopping, because of its proximity to the city centre and another car park around the corner (in case this one is full). The prices reflect the convenient location it is in, so customers can’t really complain, however, it is a very secure car park and is worth paying that price. It may seem unfair that the standard tariffs apply throughout the night, while the Mount Street car park next door offers a flat discounted rate for night stays, so if you’re not the usually an early bird you just might have to settle here. Convenient, adequate and suitable for a weekend of shopping.

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