Midsummer Place Car Park Reopening

Midsummer Place will reopen its multi-storey car park on Friday 26 January after its sudden closure on New Year’s Eve, due to a vehicle fire.

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Last week, the Level 3 rooftop parking opened for retailers, staff and the public to use for free while works to assess the damage and restore integral systems were carried out. Now, following safety approvals, the centre management will reopen the popular parking facility for regular use.

"We are pleased to share the news that our car park will reopen and thank our retailers, staff and customers for their patience during this interim period of disruption.” expressed Simon Martin, Centre Manager at Midsummer Place.

Simon adds: "I am grateful to the many people involved in helping to manage this situation, reduce the impact on our visitors and get us almost fully operational within such a short timeframe.”

Midsummer Place’s car park is one of the city’s best recognised parking facility with a 50ft living wall entrance that extends up the ramp and onto each level, creating both a visual spectacular and a space that promotes biodiversity. Its foliage naturally produces cleaner air and offers a home for many insects and cross-pollination. With over 700 parking spaces, including disabled and parent and child spaces plus electric charging points and a ‘water-free’ hand car wash, Midsummer Place’s car park has become the city’s safest, cleanest and first choice for parking.

As a means of encouraging people back into the car park, Nero Pizza has a limited time offer of 20% off any pizza when you park in Midsummer Place’s car park. Simply take your parking ticket to Nero Pizza and grab a delicious pizza.

To find out more car park information click here.