On campus, our team manages and maintains several car parks, each with different conditions for parking. Parking on university grounds is a charged for service:
- Visitor parking is subject to a daily rate, settled either by Pay & Display or at pay on foot machines
- Eligible staff and students may apply for a parking permit
- Staff can also arrange visitor-parking permits for invited guests
We operate a car share scheme, 'Smart Share' aimed at reducing the number of one-person, one-car commuter journeys.
Finding parking spaces on campus can be difficult and the surrounding local road network is subject to congestion at peak travel times. Sharing your journey eases congestion, lessens your travel costs and helps reduce environmental impact.
We are committed to reducing the environmental impact of travelling to and from campus by car. Before you travel, please consider alternative methods of travel such as public transport, cycling or walking to campus.
There is no general parking for coaches on campus so organisers of events should contact the Lodge well in advance to arrange drop off and collection points.
The ‘Park and Stride’ or Triangle car park is approximately a 15 minute walk from the center of the main campus (approximately 0.8 miles) and 10 minutes from the hospital and Edith Cavell building. The map to the right displays the walk from the Triangle site to Chancellors drive through the Colney playing fields.
Access to the car park is available via permit holder swipe card access only
The car park is charged at a reduced rate as an incentive to park, at £1 for a full day and 50p for less than four hours. Users will need to swipe into the site using their campus card, and then purchase a ticket at the pay and display machine. This system is necessary as the charges for this car park are not in line with current swipe card charges in other car parks.
There are 300 spaces available at the site. Occasionally these will be shared with the John Innes Centre conference team.
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