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Store opening times may vary. Food will be open later – please check retailer websites for further details.
From the M25/A282, take Exit 1 onto Bob Dunn Way westbound and continue for 1.5 miles until the 3rd roundabout, where you should take 1st left onto the A2026. Continue for 800m, turning (5th) left onto Priory Road, and continue 'til the T-junction with Highfield Road North. Here turn left onto Westgate Road and Prospect Place will be clearly visible on your left. Please use destination code DA1 1DY for your sat nav or route finder system.
Prospect Place is found just two minutes walk to the west of Dartford Train Station, which is served by regular services from London Charing Cross and London Victoria. For details of journeys to and from Dartford Train Station please visit National Rail Enquiries' website.
For customers who live in Dartford and its environs, any bus passing through the centre of the borough will be handy for Prospect Place, just off Westgate Road. For specific route information see the website of Traveline South East.
There is an ATM available next to Costa.
Baby changing facilities can be found in the Asda Living store.
We have 669 free* spaces available, and parking is free for up to 2 hours. Prospect Place is also a holder of the Park Mark Safer Parking Award. This is an award given by the Police to car parks achieving the standards of the Safer Parking Scheme, which is designed to reduce crime in car parks.
*for up to 2 hours
For any parking queries please contact email@example.com.
To appeal Parking Charge Notices you must follow the appeals process which can be processed online or by post;
Post: High View Parking Ltd, PO BOX 3573, Barnet, EN5 9QA
Toilets can be found within the retail park restaurants, although these are normally reserved for paying customers, and also at Asda Living.
TK Maxx, Asda Living and B&Q offer disabled access in the form of disabled parking bays. Asda Living and B&Q also offer a variety of in-store facilities such as induction loops.