APH is relocating its Gatwick-based car park to a new purpose-built facility right next to the M23. We hope to complete the move by the end of this year.
Why are we moving?
Our new car park is closer to both of Gatwick’s terminals and we’ll be able to offer an even more efficient service to customers.
With terminal-specific bus transfers, departure day will become faster, easier and more enjoyable for all.
We’re also working hard to reduce our environmental impact. APH is a carbon-balanced company and has worked closely with the World Land Trust for more than 12 years.
By moving closer to Gatwick, we’ll cut our buses’ fuel consumption by almost 1.2 million litres over the coming decade. On top of this, the CO2 will drop by 2100 tonnes in the same time period. Our new reception building will also include photovoltaic roof panels to convert sunlight into power.
The map below shows just how much closer the new car park is compared to our current site.
What about the impact on the local area?
APH has always been a family-run business and will continue to care greatly about its impact on the local community.
We currently provide jobs for more than 150 people and hope to grow this number as the new site opens.
The new car park is also on a major bus route, with APH committed to improving the nearby bus stop for the benefit of local residents and businesses.
The car park itself is being built on disused land next to the M23 motorway, where a noise survey has revealed sound levels above normal motorway traffic will not be noticeable by the very few houses close to the site.
Our new home at Gatwick is currently under construction and we look forward to welcoming you later this year.There’s a progress picture below, taken on the 14th May.