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Lichfield welcomes coaches
Lichfield has been awarded coach friendly city status by CPT and also 2012 runners up in The Coach Tourism Awards 2012. With excellent parking facilities close to the city centre, we offer the ideal parking location for coach drivers visiting the many attractions in Lichfield.
For your convenience and ease of travel into the city, you can download the map of our coach parking locations at the bottom of this page. On the map you will see there is a drop off point on Beacon Street, close to the Cathedral, which provides adequate spaces for 2 coaches. Please note this is a drop off facility only with 24 hour availability.
In addition the Bus Station on Birmingham Road has 5 bays and coaches are welcome to stay for as long as required. Tickets can be purchased from our Tourist Information Centre which is clearly marked on the map. This is accessible via a short walkway between the bus station and Frog Lane (next to the Freedom Cycles store). Please note that the Tourist Information Centre is open from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday. If you arriving outside of these hours can can book permits in advance, please contact the TIC on 01543 412112 or e-mail: email@example.com.
£1.00 up to 1 hour
£1.50 up to 4 hours
£3.00 up to 8 hours
£6.00 up to 16 hours
If you are bringing a group to Lichfield, we have a dedicated Groups Officer who will be happy to assist you with any requirements you may have for your visit. He can be contacted on 01543 308210 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lichfield is a recognised coach friendly city, so please visit us. We will be glad to see you!
UPDATE: The future of city coach parking in Lichfield City
Lichfield City is going through a major programme of redevelopment. Currently one of our major car parks, the Friary Outer is being redeveloped into a new multi-storey car park, hotel and restaurant. As a result of this the two coach parking unloading bays on The Friary are now closed while the redevelopment is in progress. When the develoment has been completed alternate unloading bays wil be identified. In the meantime coaches should use the main coach park on the Birmingham Road, or the unloading bays on Beacon Street.
In addition, the Bus Station car park is also planned for major redevelopment. A new shopping and leisure complex is set to be developed on the site of the Bus Station and the existing multi-storey car park. A date for the development is not yet set, however plans are progressing well. A pre-planning application condition of the development is to establish alternative coach parking spaces, which the team is working on at the moment, further information will be made available as soon as they are up and running. The new spaces will have a CCTV link and will have pay and display machines, so that coach drivers will not need to walk to the Tourist Information Centre for a ticket.
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