Parking charges suspended until the end of the permit year


May 24th, 2021

Parking charges will be suspended until 31 August 2021 and reintroduced on 1 September 2021 when the new permit year begins.

Charges have been suspended since 5 November 2020 when Nottinghamshire went into lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Currently, as long as staff and associates show they are part of the University (either using an old or current permit or day pass obtained from the gatehouses), they can park freely on campus.

Students who have a current permit will also be able to continue parking on campus and can apply for a refund below.

Staff and Associates will receive an email in July from the parking team inviting them to apply for a permit for 2021/22. There are a range of different options available depending on individual needs.

Students will need to apply in early September once they have a current term address registered in Campus Solutions. Students should not apply before September as the team will be unable to process applications before then. Students with queries should direct them to parking@nottingham.ac.uk

Refunds- action required

Refunds are now available for students, staff and associates who paid for their 2020/21 permits in full. There is also the option to take forward the refund towards the cost of a new permit. Anyone wishing to obtain a refund should send an e-mail to parking@nottingham.ac.uk with their vehicle registration number and a contact telephone number by 30 June 2021.

Please note that if you pay for your permit by monthly instalments these will have ceased when parking charges were suspended and there is no further action required. Unused voucher permits that have past their expiry date can be exchanged for a new book (minus vouchers already used) for use in the next permit year.

Information on permit options can be found on our Estates webpages.  Any queries regarding your options should be made to parking@nottingham.ac.uk.

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