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Car parking permit charges for 2019-20

Following our recent parking charges consultation back in May it has been agreed that student charges will not be introduced for the 2019/20 academic year. This policy will be reviewed for 2020/21.

New 2019/20 parking permits will however be required from Monday 23 September. Permit requirements will apply at the following locations:

  • Falmer
  • Moulsecoomb
  • Eastbourne
  • City (Grand Parade)
  • Phoenix Halls (Residences)
  • Moulsecoomb Place Halls (Residences)
  • Varley Park (Residences)

Consultation

Please click here to view an overview of key updates following our recent parking charges consultation and here to view the results in full.

Charge overview

Student charges will not be introduced for the 2019/20 academic year but a valid 2019/20 parking permit will be required. This policy will be reviewed for 2020/21.

Parking Policy

Click here to view the car parking and permit application policy and here to view the parking permit criteria.

How to apply for your parking permit

New 2019/20 parking permits will be required from Monday 23 September. All staff and students wishing to continue parking at the University from this date will need to apply for an ‘e-permit’ which will take the place of the existing paper permit.

Apply for your car parking e-permit

FAQs

Please click here to find a list of frequently asked questions (PDF).

Contact

Should you have any questions about the parking policy or the consultation process please contact InternalCommunications@brighton.ac.uk

Robin Coleman • August 14, 2019


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