The Welsh capital will be the new home for Q-Park Cardiff Bay, previously known as the Pierhead Street car park. Q-Park Cardiff Bay currently provides 1,238 parking spaces serving the local community.
Q-Park is delighted to be able to share the high quality parking ethos to a new audience of parkers. The European parking provider is highly recognised for providing a quality parking experience within a safe and secure environment. Q-Park Cardiff Bay will be transformed to meet Q-Park’s standards with updated signage with plans to introduce the latest parking equipment including the integration of contactless payment facility on entry and exit.
Range of amenities on the horizon
In addition customers can look forward to the introduction of Q-Park Rewards the new loyalty app which offers discounted parking and relevant local offers to Q-Parkers. Q-Park also offers a range of convenient services including pre-booking, season tickets, free loan of umbrellas and baby buggies, shoe shine machine, defibrillator and jump starter kit in case of a car emergency.
Q-Park Cardiff Bay is ideally situated in the heart of Cardiff Bay and has an exclusive parking partnership with the Wales Millennium Centre which is Wales’ national home for the performing arts.
Adam Bidder Managing Director Q-Park UK commented:
“This is a great opportunity to obtain a foothold into one of our target cities. Q-Park is focused on providing quality car parking across the UK and we are delighted to be a part of the continuing development of Cardiff Bay.”
Commenting on Q-Park’s appointment, Rob Jones of Knight Frank, Investment Advisor to Aviva on the Cardiff Waterside scheme says:
“We are delighted that Q-Park is bringing its expertise and experience to Cardiff Waterside and what is the main parking facility in the waterfront area of Cardiff. We were very impressed with its vision for the facility, its commitment to investing in new technology, and its rewards scheme that will provide an added benefit to customers using the car park. We look forward to their plans being rolled out in the near future.”