Pay and display parking

If you are visiting the University, you can use the pay and display parking on campus.

Capacity is very limited. We recommend public transport as the best way of travelling to the University.

We have pay and display parking for visitors in:

We have designated parking for motorcycles and electric vehicles.

There is no on-street parking near the University. All roads have either double-yellow lines or resident parking permit regulations.

Pay and display prices

See our full list of pay and display prices.

Parking regulations

The University's parking conditions and regulations apply to all visitors. Please take the time to read them before visiting the University.

Pay and display parking for Blue Badge holders

Blue Badge holders can park in disabled parking spaces free of charge.

Read more about accessibility for people with disabilities visiting campus.

Parking for departmental visitors

You should contact the department you are planning to visit to see if they can give you a visitor permit to park on campus or in the city centre.

If they can't, you will have to use the pay and display car parking and buy a ticket.

Visitor permit holders can park in the visitor spaces in East and West Car Parks, any pay and display car parks and any spaces designated for permit holders.

You must not use visitor permits in reserved spaces at any time. You can only park in disabled parking spaces if you are a Blue Badge holder.

You must always clearly display your permit, or ticket.

If you are having trouble finding a space in the East Car Park, please use the East overflow car park.

Parking charge notices

If you don't display a valid pay and display ticket, or violate the parking regulations, you may receive a parking charge notice. The charge is £60, but is reduced to £30 if you pay within 14 days.