FAQs Staff Car Parking
When will charging for staff car parks re-start?
Monday 1 November 2021
What happens if I have already purchased permits?
Staff who have purchased permits prior to 1 November will be sent free permits equivalent to the value of the permits they have purchased. Please contact Gaynor Morris email@example.com
Where can I park?
The main car parks are still Mount Pleasant Multi Storey Car Park, Fraser Street Car Park and also Fort Knox car park. There is also limited parking at Roscoe Court and the Orchard Car Park.
Please note that due to changes in entry and exit from Mount Pleasant Car Park, only staff with a monthly car parking pass can now park in this car park from 1 November. Staff with day permits can park in Fraser Street and Fort Knox Car Park.
How much will the car parking be?
The car parking charges will remain the same at £44 per month and £3.50 for day passes.
How can I get a permit?
Day permits can be purchased from the university shop. Please note that day permits can only be purchased in multiples of x5.
For an annual car parking permit paid by deduction from salary please click here.
Please note, individual monthly permits are no longer available.
Can I park at Byrom Street?
The faculties have a very limited number of car parking permits which will be allocated to staff by the faculty. These permit holders will still need to pay the monthly charge above.
Can I park at Egerton Court Car Park?
Parking at Egerton Court is reserved for visitors and university vehicles. There is no staff parking allowed at Egerton Court.
Can I park at Roscoe Court Car Park?
There is very limited parking at Roscoe Court. Permit holders can park at Roscoe Court. This will be on a first come, first served basis.
Can I park at the Orchard Car Park (rear of Henry Cotton Building)?
There is very limited parking at the Orchard Car Park. Permit holders can park at Orchard Car Park. This will be on a first come, first served basis.
Can I park at the rear of Student Life Building or Sport Building?
There is no parking at the rear of Student Life Building or Sport Building, apart from for disabled drivers who will need to have a permit. The nearest car park is Mount Pleasant for annual permit holders or Fraser Street for day permits
I have previously parked at the back of JLAD or John Foster Building. Can I park on university property which is not a designated car park?
No, it is not permissible to park on university property which is not a designated car park, even if you have a permit. As per the previous guidelines, any contravention of these regulations will result in a £60 penalty charge notice being issued, reduced to £30 if paid within 14 days.