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Update for January 2017
We are pleased to announce that a new car park will be open from Thursday 5th January 2017 on Ruston Way (P14). The car park is secured with a key code barrier and this code has been circulated via Daily Alert. We would like to ask all permit holders to please park considerately in this car park as the parking spaces are not marked.
Green Lane Car Park
Please be advised that University parking on Green Lane adjacent to the Joseph Banks Laboratories is only in the spaces marked white. If you are unsure of whether a parking space is allocated to the University or not, please do not park there as the area is controlled by UKCPS.
University staff are encouraged to plan their journeys into work carefully to take account of recent road diversions and the possibility that at peak times University car parks may be at or near capacity. The student experience is a priority and staff with timetabled teaching sessions in particular should allow sufficient time for their commutes.
Staff should familiarise themselves with the location of car parks and road diversions. Information is available on the City Council website.
To apply for a staff parking permit, please follow the link below. We ask colleagues to complete a short questionnaire on how and when you use the car parking facilities so Campus Services can monitor demand and improve our service.
To amend your vehicle registration details for your parking permit, please use the link below which will open an online form to complete.
Please complete the opt out form if you no longer wish to hold a university car parking permit.
Any student wishing to park their vehicle on the Brayford campus must apply for a parking permit. All permits must be applied online using the link at the bottom of this page. Student Parking Permits are valid for use from 4.30pm to 3am Monday to Friday and 6am to 3am at weekends. Vehicles parking using a student permit outside these hours will be subject to a cash fine. There is no overnight parking at any time. Each successful applicant is only entitled to one permit which is assigned to the registered vehicle. Permits will be valid for the duration of your course/studies, expiring on the supplied course end date (see application below). You are not permitted to copy your permit, only officially issued permits are valid.
Once an application is processed the permit will need to be collected from the Student Support Centre, your student ID will be required when collecting your permit. The current Parking Policy will continue to be in force.
Temporary Accessible Parking Permit
If you require an accessible parking permit for the campus, please refer to the documents below which provide you with more information on the application process, frequently asked questions and the application form.
All visitors must be pre-booked through Campus Services/Security Office (contact details can be found on the right of this page). These visitors will be provided with a visitor parking permit and will continue to be able to park on campus at no additional charge.
Public Parking on Campus
The general public will continue to be allowed access to University car parks between 4.30pm and 3am Monday to Friday and 6am to 3am at weekends. There will now be a charge for the general public parking on the Brayford campus and this will be levied via pay and display parking meters in the Boulevard car park.
EV Charging Points
There are 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 and students 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. PodPoint users 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. Student permits are valid after 1630hrs on weekdays and at weekends, and pay and display tickets after 1630hrs on weekdays and at weekends.
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.