About the types of parking permits students can apply for to park in the King’s Buildings and at Abden House.
The information shown on this page is relevant to parking permits valid for session 2014, commencing 1st January 2014.
For information about permit types and costs valid in the current session 2013, please follow the link below:
The new parking session commences on 1st January 2014 and runs until 31st December 2014. Staff must ensure they have a valid 2014 permit in order to park in University car parks.
There are two different types of permit available. The application process determines the type of permit you are eligible for. Peripheral Area Permits may also be used in the Easter Bush car parks. They may not be used in the Central Area or at Little France.
Please note that car parks within University owned residential accommodation are managed by Accommodation Services.
This is an annual permit for students for whom it is essential to use their vehicle every day.
|Permit Type||Full annual amount||Direct Debit|
|Student Peripheral A 2014||£93.00||6 monthly instalments|
This is a pay-as-you-go permit for members of staff for whom it is essential to use their vehicle, but not on a daily basis, for example part-time staff. Pay as you go permits are charged for half day or full day usage.
B Permit Holders must clearly display their permit on their vehicle windscreen. The permit must be accompanied by a valid half day or full day B permit scratchcard with the correct date scratched off.
B permits displayed without a valid scratchcard will be considered to be parked without authorisation and will be issued with a parking charge notice.
Session 2014 B Scratchcard permits are not yet available for purchase. Successful applicants will be advised when they become available.
B Scratchcard permits must be purchased in advance from the Transport and Parking Office.
They should where possible be purchased via the University's Online Payment Store (Epay)
Scratchcard permits will be sent by internal mail to Departmental adresses.
Permits may also be purchased in person from the Transport and Parking Office.
|Permit Type||Half Day||Full Day|
|Student Peripheral B 2014||£0.22||£0.44|
The permit must be clearly displayed on the windscreen of the parked vehicle in use. Vehicles not displaying a valid permit risk being issued with a Parking Charge Notice.
Refunds can be issued by the Transport and Parking Office on “A” permits and King's Buildings Multi-storey permits that are no longer required.
This article was published on Nov 21, 2013