University parking arrangements update (includes 2021/22)
If you are travelling to the university and require access to parking or are considering travel options for the next academic year, please read the following update on changes to parking on our campuses.
Extension of temporary parking arrangements
Recent temporary changes to University parking arrangements will now be extended until Friday 1 October, 2021.
- Students with an E-Permit will continue to receive free parking.
- Students without an E-Permit can continue to apply for free on-campus parking during this period by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of each visit, providing a car registration, date and time of visit and ensuring receipt of a confirmation mail before travelling to campus.
Arrangements for the 2021/22 academic year
- Normal parking arrangements will restart from Friday 1 October, 2021
- Student parking with a valid E-Permit will remain free for the 2021/22 academic year, but charges for the 2022/23 academic year will be considered.
- Those who already hold a valid university parking E-Permit will have these rolled over to the 2021/22 academic year with no requirement to reapply.
- New starters and those who don’t already hold an E-Permit will be required to apply and can begin to do so immediately via the Parking Permit Application Portal*.
- Current parking permit application criteria will continue to apply.
*Please note – for security purposes you should ensure that you select a secure password which is different to your university password when using the Parking Portal.
Restrictions and terms and conditions
Restrictions and terms and conditions continue to apply throughout this period. See the university’s Parking policy for details.
The university encourages active travel (walking and cycling) to our campuses. View the university’s Sustainability website for information on facilities, discounts and benefits available for students including our interactive facilities map.
If you have any further questions about this update please contact: email@example.com