Around 10 miles from home is whats known as Bold Lane car park in Derby. Right blob of retro concrete built in 1974. It's well known around as being the most secure car park in the world since the late 90's when they installed a fancy motion detector/barcode security system. They have never had any theft since then!
we have this bleak post war 693 spaces Avon Street car park
there used to be another similar multi by the old bus station, but that end of town got totally redeveloped a while back, there are now plans to pull Avon Street down and link the to sites together by a new foot bridge.
Preston bus station car park one that has really divided local public opinion, with many calling for its demolition.
Built in 1968/9 in the Brutalist style it has fended off 2 attempts at demolition and been recognised for its form, having a multi million pound refurbishment, in part due to being awarded grade II listed status in 2013.
I've only ever visited when the stairwells smelt of wee, but I definitely get the syle of the place.
And the artists impression of it post refurbishment with the new development opposite, which I'm not so sure about:
A couple of things to mention about the Preston car park and both are in your third photo.
Firstly, at about the 9 O'clock position did you spot the Citroen DS? Definitely a touch of Retro-Rides about the choice of cars.
Secondly, the building which should be demolished in that vicinity is the one at 12 O'clock (with brown windows) which is actually a large hotel, possibly Holiday Inn if I remember correctly. It is faceless, ugly and I hope the architect was embarassed when accepting payment for it.
The car park itself is a very impressive structure especially when you think of its age it is and how radical the design must have seemed at the time.