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safe and secure parking
Simple and easy process
with hassle free transfers
Established 1989 – Over 30
years of industry experience
On your arrival at the car park proceed to park your car at the arrival area, continue to reception where you will be given a return voucher. Hand your keys to a member of staff and board the transfer bus.
When you arrive back at Heathrow airport, ring the number you were given at reception, quote your voucher number and you will be given instructions of where to catch the transfer bus.
Car Park Information
This car park has been awarded the Park Mark for safer parking.
Reason to Use This Car Park
Courtesy transfers operate on demand, 24hrs a day and take approximately 5 – 10 minutes for all terminals.
Security fencing, lighting, CCTV, controlled access barriers and 24 hour security patrols. This car park has been awarded the Park Mark for safer parking. The Park Mark means that you are parking in an area that has been vetted by the police to make sure that the site has had measures put in place to create a safe environment. Park Mark awarded parking areas are run by responsible operators who are concerned with your safety and the safety of your vehicle.
Maximum Car Size
The car park does not accept transit vans or minibuses. Height restriction at this car park of 2.15 metres, Which includes roof racks and roof boxes.
Parking is always at the owner’s own risk and subject to the terms and conditions of the car park which are available at reception. A condition report is carried out on all vehicles on arrival.
Address and Directions
Purple Parking Business
Purple Parking Businessis easily accessable from the M4. If you’re traveling a long distance you’ll need to join the M25 before joining the M4. Here is how to get to the M4 via the M25;
- From the North : Get on the M25 from the M40 (Birmingham, Midlands), the M1 or the A1 from the North East. On the M25 head westbound (for Heathrow and Gatwick) until you reach junction 15.
- From the West: Join the M4 and continue to Heathrow. If you’re coming from the southwest then join the M3 in the London direction and then join the M25 northbound for Heathrow. Leave at junction 15 and join the M4 heading for London and Heathrow.
- From the South: Join the A23 north towards M23 and London. Take the M23 and continue until you reach the M25. Go west on the M25 heading for Heathrow. From the southeast take the M20 for London. At junction three join the M26 sign-posted for Heathrow and Gatwick. Join the M25 at junction five. Come off the M25 at junction 15 and join the M4 sign-posted for Heathrow and London.
- From the East: Take the M25 via the A13 (Essex), or the M11. Head southbound for Dartford. Continue on the M25 to junction 15. Come off the M25 at junction 15 onto the M4 heading for Heathrow and London.