Royal Fort Lodge
Security Services is responsible for the day to day management of car parking at the University. Any questions that have not been answered within the car parking section should be addressed to Security Services.
Amy Watts, Sustainability Manager (Transport)
1-9 Old Park Hill
Amy Watts works in the Sustainability and deals with all non-car transport. Her main roles are to develop strategies and implement actions for; the existing staff travel plan, fleet management, a new student travel plan and strategic management of the University’s car parks. She reports on the progress of the staff transport plan to the Travel to Work Implementation Group (TWIG) and is responsible for the collection, monitoring, measurement and provision of information of data relating to; the travel habits and attitudes of staff and students.
Sustainability sits within the Estates Office and is responsible for the implementation of an Environmental Management System (EMS) to ensure continuous improvement in environmental performance, reduce our consumption of energy and water, reduce the amount of waste disposed to landfill by increasing the amount we reuse and recycle, encourage the inclusion of environmental considerations into the design and refurbishment of University buildings, ensure compliance with environmental legislation and to promote alternative forms of transport to the private car including facilities for cyclists, walkers, motorcyclists, car sharing and users of public transport.