Apply for a halls parking permit
We will begin to process halls applications for parking from 1st July 2022. The i.e. the week before the teaching term begins.
We accept applications from new students, where their course starts part way through the academic year (October-September) within 10 days of the course entry date as specified by RISIS.
Your application will be considered against the following qualifying criteria:
- Medical condition causing current mobility issues
- Temporary incapacity
- Course related requirements
- Extracurricular activities
Please note, if you are applying on the basis of a medical condition or a temporary incapacity, please complete a Medical Impact Form. Please refer to the Campus Criteria for more information. We would encourage any student meeting these criteria to register with the University's Disability Advisory Service for other support whilst at University.
If you have a lifelong medical condition and you have previously submitted evidence to us in a past application, you do not need to provide it again. We reserve the right to ask for any additional information deemed appropriate.
For more information on the qualifying criteria please see the Halls Criteria. We expect suitable supporting evidence to be submitted at the time of the application or as soon as possible thereafter. Failure to provide the supporting evidence will render your application void.
Unsuccessful applicants may appeal the decision, noting the caveats below.
Students with a valid disabled badge can apply for a free permit. Otherwise the costs, from the 1st August 2019 are as follows:
- £21.50 for term car permit
- £53.00 for annual car permit
- £13.00 for annual motorcycle permit
Online payment details will be provided to successful applicants. The amount must be paid within ten working days. Failure to make payment will result in the permit being cancelled.
Should you no longer require your permit, we may be able to offer a refund against the remaining time on your permit. Such refunds are subject to an administration fee of £10. We will only process refunds on the return of your permit.
Parking on campus or in Halls without a valid permit will incur a parking charge notice of £75.
The iPermit allows for more flexibility with student parking.
If you require parking for a short period, for instance, if your course only requires attendance on site for 1 week, the iPermit may be a viable alternative to a single term permit.
Valid from anywhere between 1 week and up to 10 weeks in the Autumn and Spring term.
Valid from anywhere between 1 week and up to 7 weeks in the Summer term.
Please apply using the form below. The same criteria for permit applications apply. You may apply for an iPermit at any time during the year, but you must apply at least 1 week before the permit is required. Please note- if you have had an application for parking declined, you are not eligible to then apply for an iPermit.
- £10.92 for periods between 1 and 4 weeks
- £21.84 for periods between 4 and 10 weeks
If you have been refused a parking permit you may choose to appeal to the Parking Appeal Panel. An appeal must be made within 5 working days from receiving notification of refusal. You only have the right of appeal if you have submitted an application by the deadline noted above.
The Parking Appeal Panel for 2022/23 will meet on 1st November 2022. The Parking Appeals Panel meets to determine the outcome of any appeals received in the 2022/23 academic year.
The Parking Appeal Panel (at least three out of five members will determine an appeal and the appeal panel should always include a student representative) will consist of:
- A member of Student Financial Support
- Director of Estates
- Campus Services Director
- Student Welfare and Representation Member
- Director of Student Recruitment and Outreach (only to be asked to attend the Parking Appeal Panel meeting if other members are unavailable)