The University of Lincoln has introduced electric vehicle charging points for staff to use while they are working on campus.
Estates have installed four double charging posts at the Brayford Campus, meaning there are eight parking spaces with access to a 7kw Mennekes socket charger, compatible with all plug-in vehicle brands. The marked bays, which can be located on this map, are reserved for electric vehicle charging until 10.30am Monday to Friday, and all day at weekends.
The new EV charging points are provided in conjunction with POD Point. Staff wishing to charge their vehicle will need to have the POD Point App on their mobile device, with an account set up using their University email address. Staff will also need to provide their own charging cable. More information on how to use the points can be found on the POD Point website. Please remember that you will need to display a valid parking permit while using the spaces.
Following the addition of these charging points, and the transfer of pay and display parking operations to City of Lincoln Council, the University has made some updates to the University Car Parking Policy. All staff who park on campus should make themselves aware of the updated policy.