University introduces additional parking spaces for late starters

October 31st, 2023

The university will be introducing additional designated ‘late arrival’ spaces to some car parks starting from Monday 30 October 2023.

We recognise the needs of parents and carers, who often have to balance parental/carer duties with finding a suitable car parking space when they come to work.  Which is why we have provided more late arrival spaces.

These spaces have been put in place to ensure that parking spaces are available for those arriving on campus after 9.15am. The university’s Security Team take enforcement action against drivers who misuse the late arrival bays.

We’ve listened to the concerns raised by staff about the challenges finding a parking space post-9am on the eastern side of University Park and as a result, are implementing additional late arrival parking spaces in this area.

From Monday 30 October part of the Tower Car Park has been reopened to provide an additional 20 late arrival parking spaces plus one disabled parking space. Access to this car park is controlled by bollards which will be lowered at 9.15am each day – it will not be possible to access the car park before this time.

This car park must be accessed via the access road which comes down from the North Entrance (as shown in the image below), the access from the A52 adjacent to the Tower building remains closed.

There are also late arrival spaces in the Main Visitors Car Park and under the Tram Bridge on University Park, in the Medical School Car Park, on the Spine Road (near the Exchange Building) on Jubilee Campus, and in Car park 3 & 4 at Sutton Bonington.

In the coming weeks, we will be implementing an additional four late arrival parking spaces around the L buildings.

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