How much is parking at INTU Potteries?

Parking Parking is available at intu Potteries car park. Normal car parking charges apply which are £1.20 per hour, maximum charge of £10. It is £1 from 4pm until midnight Monday to Sunday and £1.50 all day Sunday. Other car parks locally vary but are within walking distance.

Is the Potteries Centre car park open?

Car parks All car parks entrances/exits are open – parking is charged at the normal rate. You can also park for just £1.50 after 4pm and £1.70 all day Sunday.

Are Hanley car parks free?

Parking remains free at the Queen Street, Market Place and St John Square car parks in Burslem, Lower Huntbach Street in Hanley and South Wolfe Street in Stoke.

How much is parking at INTU Derby?

How much is parking at Intu Derby? Derby parking Intu costs £1.50 for up to 30 minutes, £3.00 for between 1 and 3 hours, and £5.50 for between 2 and 3 hours. To park for 24 hours you can expect to pay £15.00.

How much is parking in Hanley?


Length of stay Current charge New charge
Up to 1 hour £1.70
Up to 2 hours £2.50 £3.20
Up to 3 hours £3.70 £4.60
Up to 4 hours £4.20 £5.20

Is it free parking in the INTU Derby?

Customers using the essential shops and stalls still open at Intu Derby and The Eagle Market will now be able to access free parking. Staff and shoppers can now park for free in the Basement car park, in Traffic Street, and make use of the spaces at Bradshaw Retail Park, in Bradshaw Way, without charge.

Is there any free parking in Derby?

What time is free parking in Derby? Pay and display in Derby city centre apply every day including on Bank Holidays. In most areas restrictions are in place 8am – 6pm. You can park for free in the city centre between 6pm – 8am in on-street parking.

Is Matalan in Stevenage closing down?

June 6th 2021 (confirmed): Matalan store closes – the company is looking at a new location. Early August 2021 (precise date to be confirmed): Demolition and associated works begin and will take an estimated 16 weeks to compete. Early 2022 (precise date to be confirmed): Construction phase starts.

What is happening to Matalan in Stevenage?

A former Matalan store will be replaced by more than 500 new homes after Stevenage Borough Council backed the final plans. The council’s Planning and Development Committee voiced their approval on March 2, with hopes the work could begin on the Danesgate site early next year.