Doncaster (North) services
This is the Moto service area on the M18 and the M180. For the old Little Chef on the A1, see Carcroft. For the former Forte services on the A1, see Barnsdale Bar. For the unbuilt service areas, see History:M18.
Catering: Burger King, Costa Coffee, Greggs, Costa Express, Krispy Kreme Shops: M&S Simply Food, WHSmith Amenities: Full Hou$e, Lucky Coin, Showers, Travelodge Outdoor Space: Large grass area behind hotel Charging Points: GRIDSERVE Electric Highway 50kW CCS, 50kW CHAdeMO & 22kW Type 2; NomadPower 22kW CEE 5 Pin Forecourt: BP, Shop, Greggs, Costa Express
First 2 hours free for all vehicles, after which cars must pay £15 and HGVs, caravans and motorhomes £28. HGVs can pay £31 to include a £10 food voucher.
Prices are paid using PayByPhone. The location code is 2434.
The fees are strictly enforced by CP Plus.
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- 📞 Telephone number: 01302 847700
- 🗺 Grid reference: SE667110
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Trivia and Design
See also: History:Doncaster (North)
The service area is connected by public footpath to Hugh Hill Lane and the wider road network of Thorne, although most of these fields are proposed to be turned into industrial units.
For a long time - long before the service area was built - there has been a plan to build a link road from M18 J5 to the local road network. Work finally started in 2019, with a new roundabout at the entrance to the service area opening in 2020.
The building appears to be built in a dip, but this is just an illusion created by the flyover being built in the otherwise flat South Yorkshire countryside. At six metres above sea level (20 feet), this is the lowest motorway service area in the UK.
Some planning documents called it 'Hatfield North services'. The unusual choice to use parentheses could be an attempt to differentiate from the A1's Doncaster services.
The building at Doncaster (North) uses an atrium design with a large, south-facing, glass frontage and a glass roof running along the middle. This has since been extended forwards over the large open area at the front. Its design was part of the "village by the roadside" concept.
Granada built the site on a 25 year lease, with rent of approximately £1.4m per year. The land is owned by CBRE Global Investors, who paid £21m for it in August 2014.
|Woodall (M1 south, 27 miles)|
Blyth (A1(M) south, 19 miles)
|Services on the M18||none on M18|
Ferrybridge (M62 west, 19 miles)
West Cave (A63 westbound, 21 miles)
Beacon (A63 eastbound, 22 miles)
|start of road||Services on the M180||Barnetby (26 miles)|
|Trowell (M1 south, 55 miles)|
Blyth (A1(M) south, 19 miles)
|Moto services||Ferrybridge (M62 west, 19 miles)|
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