7 Alma Street
19th August 2022
Our reference: FOI DA4295
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am responding to your request for information received 19 July 2022
. This has been treated
as a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
I am now enclosing a response which is attached to the end of this letter. Please do not
hesitate to contact me on the contact details above if you have any further queries.
Information Governance Coordinator – Information Rights
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: Eileen Taylor
Question 1: Do you provide free parking for NHS staff and/or patients?
East London NHS Foundation Trust does not charge for any car parks at any
of the sites that it owns and operates directly.
Question 2: If not, how much do you charge staff to park?
The Trust does not charge for parking at any of its sites, however some sites
may require staff to leave a £5 deposit for parking permits. This is refunded
when the permit is returned.
Question 3: how long does it take for staff to be issued a permit when joining your
There is no set criteria for the length of time taken to issue a parking permit to
staff when they join the Trust. This may be dependent on, for example, when
an access fob is issued to a new starter for general access or when
management of ices are open.
: Eileen Taylor