Departmental parking

The information on this page refers to the car parks contained within the Precinct and Satellite sites. List of University car parks (PDF, 47kB).‌ Individuals requiring the use of other University car parks, such as Coombe Dingle, Langford and the Halls of Residences are requested to seek information from their Head of Department as there may be local parking policies in place.

Existing Departmental parking permits will expire on 31 December 2017. The forthcoming shortened 2017/2018 permit year will run from 1 January 2018 to 31 July 2018 and the application window for departmental permits is now open and will close 27 October 2017. Application forms will be available to download from the Applying for a parking permit web page.

In terms of departmental parking permit fees, there will be no incremental increase this calendar year. This means that the cost per departmental space for the seven month period of the shortened 2017/2018 permit year that commences on 1 January 2018 will be £485.92. Please see the charges and payment page for information on annual parking charges. If you do not require your departmental parking permit please notify Security Services (

A new on-line parking permit and coupon management system will be implemented for the 2018/2019 permit year. Further information on the new permit and coupon management system will be available on these web pages, and via the weekly staff bulletin, in advance of the implementation of the new system in April 2018. Alternatively, email Security Services at

Please use the table below to direct you to the information you require.

 New parking policy

 Applying for a parking permit

 Car parking charges and payment

 Car parking Terms and Conditions

 Editing your permit details


Please note: A requirement of the new parking policy is that applications must be submitted with the relevant supporting evidence.  Any department not currently collecting the required evidence is requested to start collecting this information now as applications will not be assessed without it.