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Pay on the Day Cards

Save money with our Pay on the Day Cards (POD Cards)

Our Pay on the Day Card (POD Card) is a re-usable coded ticket which is ideal for all day, single stay parking.  The card is used directly at the pay station when paying for your parking giving you a great discount. 

POD Card benefits:

  • No contract required
  • No application forms
  • No lost money for days that you do not use
  • Use as and when you need to park

POD Cards are currently available for parking at £4.50 per day at Duke Street Car Park and £7.00 per day at Cambridge Street Car Park.

To obtain your POD Card simply contact us. Please allow 24 working hours for your card to be ready for collection at the car park. ID must be shown when collecting your card.

NB! Valid POD cards must be used in order to obtain your parking discount. Our offers are subject to availability and subject to change. A POD card cannot be used in conjunction with any other parking promotions.

Need more information on our POD Cards? Visit our FAQ's on our products page.

Why not check out our special offers page for more parking deals!        

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Duke Street Car Park

  • Parking Products Available
  • Open 24 Hours
  • Manned Car Park
  • Disabled Parking Bays
  • Parent and Child Parking
  • CCTV In Operation
  • Public Lift
  • Public Toilet
  • Electric Vehicle Charging
  • Park Mark Award
Where?                This 1170 space car park is sited within the Collegelands Development at Duke Street / High Street.
Opening Times?Open 24 hours
Price?Daily Charge (Applies 8am-6pm Mon-Sat) 0-3 hours £1.60 per hour, £2.40 per hour thereafter.  Overnight Flat Rate Mon-Sun 6pm-8am £2.00.  Sunday's Flat Rate 8am-6pm £2.50.
Postcode?G4 0UW
Height Restriction?The height restriction is 2.2m.  Height restriction signs are located at the entrance of the car park.

Duke Street Car Park

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