August 13th, 2021
Colleagues are reminded that from Wednesday 1 September, parking charges will be re-introduced across the university.
Recognising that colleagues will have differing campus return dates and to reflect more flexible patterns of working on-campus- and home-working, we have retained the flexibility that we introduced last year in how you can pay to park on campus.
Permits and vouchers can be ordered through the online permit system.
To underpin the sustainability commitments in the University Strategy and reduce the large loss that the university currently makes between parking charges, the cost of providing car parking and its commitments to Nottingham City Council’s Workplace Parking Levy (WPL), the cost of a parking permit will need to rise by 12.5% for 2021/22.
This works out as an annual increase from £69 to £78 for cars in the lowest emission and salary bracket and an annual increase from £774 to £871 in the highest bracket. The average cost of an annual parking permit is £270 – less than £1.18 per day based on 230 days use.
Over the next year as we better understand travel demand, patterns and car parking use we will be developing and consulting on a revised sustainable parking strategy and charging mechanism more aligned to the University Strategy.
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