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Student Parking FAQ

Where can I Hunt and Park?

Hunt and Park Permits are only available for City Campus and are currently valid in the following car parks:

  • Lipman Car Park
  • Camden Street Car Park
  • CCE Main Car Park
  • CCE Business & Law Car Park
  • Old Sport Centre Car Park

Please note: Applications for student city campus parking permits will open in August 2018.  The Scheme will be 100% Hunt & Park - there will be no private bays at City Campus.  Parking will be on a first come first served basis, 6 permits will be allocated for every 5 parking bays.  Permits will be allocated to applicants based on the distance from their term time address to City Campus.  The cost of a full time parking permit will be £780.  Full time permits will be valid Monday to Sunday.  Part-time permits will be available for 1, 2, 3 or 4 fixed days per week part-weeks (on a pro-rata basis).  Blue Badge permits will be free of charge.  Permits will be valid from 1 October 2018 to 30 September 2019. 

Where can I Pay and Display?

City Campus: Weekend Pay and Display parking is available at City Campus East car park.

Coach Lane Campus: Pay and display parking is available on the east side of the campus.  From 1 June 2018, all staff and students purchasing a pay and display ticket will be required to display a Pay and Display Permit in their vehicle.  A free of charge Pay and Display Permit can be collected from Reception, Coach Lane Campus West or the library at Coach Lane East.  You will be required to show your student ID card upon collection. 

Please expand the Maps section of the Student Parking page to view car parking maps of both campuses and maps of individual car parks.

Where can I park near City Campus?

Please see the Travelling to the University pages for more information.

I have received a parking charge notice and wish to appeal

If you do not have a valid permit or pay and display ticket where applicable, to park on University premises clearly displayed in your vehicle, you will be issued with a Car Parking Charge Notice.

The issuing and administration of car parking charge notices is handled by APCOA Parking UK Limited, not the University.

If the discounted payment is not received within 14 days from the date of the car parking charge notice, then the full amount as specified will apply.

Payment Information

Pay by Telephone

Telephone APCOA Parking UK Ltd on 0345 301 1151 (Fines payment line only)

Pay by Cheque

Please make the cheque payable to APCOA Parking UK Ltd  ensuring that the reference number is written on the reverse and post to: APCOA Parking, PO Box 222, Lowton Way, Hellaby, Sheffield, S98 1NX.

Appeals Procedure

Representations regarding the issue of Car Parking Charge Notices will only be accepted in writing within 28 days of issue. Appeals should include your name, address, vehicle registration mark (VRM) and the parking charge notice (PCN) number to be accepted.  

Send all correspondence to:

APCOA Parking
PO Box 222
Lowton Way
Hellaby
Sheffield
S98 1NX

 

Contact Details

For further information regarding student car parking, please contact APCOA:

Email: enquiries.unn@APCOA.com

Telephone: 01942 245692

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