IMPORTANT – CORONAVIRUS PARKING INFORMATION
Since mid-March, the University has supported the Nottingham University Hospitals Trust and the Royal Derby Hospital by relaxing car parking enforcement and making spaces available to NHS staff. As more of the University’s estate is re-opened, parking spaces will be released to staff and students and parking enforcement will be re-introduced on Tuesday 1 September 2020.
The application window for new parking permits has been delayed to commence from Monday 3 August 2020 to allow staff more time to consider their working patterns, individual parking needs or alternative modes of transport to travel to and from our campuses.
Recognising that colleagues will have differing campus return dates and to reflect more flexible patterns of working on-campus and home-working, we are introducing greater flexibility in how you can pay to park on campus for the 2020/21 permit year.
- Full Permits: full annual permits will still be available payable from 1 September 2020. Alternatively, staff or students will now be able to apply for a parking permit at any point in the year and only pay for the months remaining in the permit year. For example, if you apply in December, you only pay 9 months of charges.
- Occasional Use Vouchers: should you wish to use occasional use vouchers to park on campus for a few days each week, for example to accommodate flexible working or until public transport is fully restored, the cost of any unused vouchers will be refunded once you revert to your usual mode of transport. If you wish to upgrade to a full parking permit, the cost of it will be reduced to account for the amount you have already spent on vouchers.
Students are entitled to full permits only. Staff are entitled to full permits or occasional user vouchers.
For any members of staff typically needing to park on campus for fewer than 4 days each week, the occasional use voucher scheme offers the more cost-effective solution. These can be ordered through the online permit system, by selecting 'Occasional Driver' under the Driver Scheme.
Student Car Parking Application process
Please apply for your parking permit on line as soon as possible. You should not go to the Security Office unless we ask you to come to see us. We are arranging collection points on University Park, Jubilee and Sutton Bonington Campus.
To allow us to process your applications and to contact you for payment we will not be issuing permits until week commencing the 28 September. When we contact you for payment we will tell you where and when you can collect you permit.
To ensure that your application is processed as quickly as possible please upload any supporting documentation you feel will assist us in making a decision on your permit.
You will not be allowed to bring a vehicle on Campus until you application for a permit has been approved.
University car parking approved scheme, charges, guidance and enforcement
Documentation is available for your information via the links below in PDF format.
Parking enforcement is carried out and managed by University of Nottingham in-house Security staff.
How about alternatives to driving to campus?
The University actively promotes low-carbon, healthy transport options through a range of initiatives, including:
If driving to campus is the only realistic option, then you may like to consider sharing your journey with others. It's an easy way to do your bit to reduce congestion and improve air quality, and the University has a car share scheme specifically to help staff find others making a similar journey.
There are a variety of permit applications available, as summarised below. Parking permits are issued by the Security office, located at the rear of the Hallward Library, University Park, to all applicants who meet the eligibility criteria. You can choose between a full permit or a permit with vouchers. Both options are vehicle specific.
Electric vehicle charging
Staff and visitors can recharge electric vehicles on campus free of charge for up to 3 hours between 8am and 4pm. Users are required to have a pay and display ticket or a valid University parking permit.
View list of charge point locations
Visitor parking and charges
Parking permits / vouchers or pay and display tickets are required to be displayed on vehicles on University campuses between 9.15am and 4.00pm week days. Entrance Gatehouses and Security receptions will provide information and issue pre-arranged visitor vouchers on arrival.
All of our campuses have pay and display parking locations. For more information please click onto the relevant map link below. Please note that pay and display areas are signified by a 'PD' symbol.
Visitor parking charges apply on our general visitor car parks and tickets must be displayed at all times:
- Up to 30 minutes (free)
- 2 hours (£5.00)
- 4 hours (£7.00)
- All day (£10.00)
University Park Sports Centre allows free parking for up to 2 hours and free parking Wednesday PM. Visitors are advised to read the parking rules and conditions displayed on signs on campuses.
Visitor parking can also be organised via Day Vouchers or as part of an organised event as detailed below.
Day Vouchers can be purchased in books of 25, authorised by schools and departments to allow free parking on University campuses. Schools or departments would need to complete the form below to apply.
If an event is being arranged by a school or department which may require parking and for which normal visitor pay and display or the use of Day Vouchers is not felt to be appropriate or practical then the school or department can contact the Security parking team to discuss.
Authorised free parking for such events will normally be restricted to the orange zone areas of the campuses with Security providing vouchers and directions to the approved parking areas on the day.
How to contact us
8.00am to 4.00pm weekdays
- Security Office, Rear of the Hallward Library, telephone: 0115 9513557 (extension 13557)
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outside of hours
- Security Control, Trent Building, telephone: 0115 9513013 (extension 13013)