Changes to parking arrangements from Friday 1 October
If you have an essential requirement to use the university’s parking facilities, please be aware of the following changes which come into effect from Friday 1 October, 2021.
If you’re a current E-Permit holder
If you have an existing, valid E-Permit, this will be rolled over to the new academic year. There is no requirement to reapply, and parking will remain free of charge for the academic year 2021/22.
If you do NOT have an E-Permit
From Friday 1 October, 2021, those without an E-Permit will no longer be able to request periods of free parking via the Central Parking team.
Don’t forget, overnight parking is not allowed and penalty notices will be issued to anyone who does not follow the conditions of use.
Electric vehicle charging points
Electric vehicle charging points are available for vehicle charging at Moulsecoomb, Falmer, Eastbourne and Varley Park, in dedicated car parking bays. Charging is accessed and paid for through the Pod Point app. and users must have a valid E-Permit to park.
You can read full details of the university’s parking arrangements including terms and conditions of use in the university’s parking policy.
If you have any questions relating to this update, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org