Oxford hospitals’ car park revenues reach £3.5m

product-autobarriers Oxford hospitals' car park revenues reach £3.5mHospitals across Oxfordshire have managed to cash in on the use of their car parks, revenues reaching £3.5m in 2013/14, 20 percent more than the previous year.

The Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust (OUHT) hiked up car park use charges last year, but, after removing the maintenance and operational costs, the trust recorded a £690,000 surplus to re-invest into services, a news report on the matter was able to reveal.

Trust spokeswoman Susan Brown commented: “Charges are levied in order to cover the trust’s costs in maintaining its car parks and also in order to manage the car parks.

“If there were no charges/management at all, the parking facilities would be inundated as there would be nothing to stop staff and the general public parking in all the public car parks and people using our car parks as a park-and-ride service to the city centre.”

Car Park Barriers & Turnstiles has an extensive experience in creating advanced, reliable, yet quite affordable access restriction solutions for car parks.

The vehicle barriers developed by Car Park Barriers & Turnstiles can work in any weather, are able to immediately recognise authorised personnel and are supplied complete and ready to accept power and data connections, meaning that they can be easily interlinked with a new or existing access control system. Plus, boom arms are available in a number of different lengths to suit various road widths.

Last, but certainly not least, it’s important to mention that the automatic car park barriers supplied by Car Park Barriers & Turnstiles can also be fitted with a number of useful extras, such as a folding arm mechanism, impact release mechanism or hanging racks / barrier skirts.

If you’d like to find out more about the specific offerings Car Park Barriers & Turnstiles has in store, just contact our dedicated product team, they’ll be more than happy to answer any question you might have.