- Mon - Closed
- Tue - Closed
- Wed - Closed
- Thu - Closed
- Fri - Closed
- Sat - Closed
- Sun - Closed
*This Car Park is currently closed. Please use the Yellow or Red Car Park.
This car park is undergoing refurbishment on level 1 which is currently closed until further notice. Level 2 has now re-opened. We apologise for the inconvenience caused. Please note our charging points have now moved to level 0 from level 1 for the time being.
All vehicles are parked and left at the owners risk. This car park is private property and is operated by Silverburn Trustee LTD. Silverburn Trustee LTD regrets that it cannot accept liability for any damage or loss whether direct or consequently caused by persons or otherwise to any vehicle whilst parked in this car park.
Vehicle entrances are on Barrhead Road, Peat Road and Cowglen Road. Please note we have a height restriction of 2.2m.
Pedestrian access is via Barrhead Road, Peat Road and Cowglen Road entrances when Silverburn is closed. Doors will close after the final showing at Cineworld has started. This is usually from 11.30pm onwards.
We have 134 designated disabled parking bays located in all of our car parks and on the ground floor – level 2 of the multi-storey car park which has direct access to shop mobility.
We have 153 dedicated family spaces available in all of our car parks and on levels 1-4 of the multi-storey car park.
Shopmobility service operates from ground level of the multi-storey car park during centre opening hours.
Find electric vehicle charging on Level 1, free of charge. Information on how to use the points can be found on the website: https://open.pod-point.com/
Police Scotland and the British Parking Association have awarded Silverburn with the highly respected Park Mark Award for a fifth year running. To achieve the award, the south side shopping mall had to demonstrate that its four car parks are consistently maintained and managed to a high standard as well as designed to cope with peak trading periods. Safety is a primary consideration for both the police and the British Parking Association and Silverburn’s car parks again exceeded the high standards set by the trade organisation.