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Car Parking Policy

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Introduction

The University of Bradford's car parking policy seeks to clarify the regulations and restrictions for the benefit of our staff, students and visitors.

The car parking policy requires permits to be displayed on the motor vehicles of all staff, students and visitors who park in University car parks during the period of 9:00 am to 5:30 pm, Monday to Friday.

Disabled staff and students who are blue badge holders, who require the use of a motor vehicle to enable them to come to the University are exempted from any fee.

The policy applies to all staff, students, contractors and visitors and covers the parking of all motor vehicles on University land.

The university continues to strive to improve its car parking environment and the professional way in which its car parks are run.  The university is currently members of the British Parking Association (BPA), Approved Operators Scheme (AOS), Park Mark Safer Parking scheme and the Independent Appeals Service (IAS).  Further details on all these organisations can be found under Useful Contacts at the foot of the policy.

Why have a car parking policy?

Like many other city centre universities our premises are inadequate to provide parking for all staff, students and visitors who wish to drive.

With c2500 staff, c12000 students and only c900 car parking spaces there are many more applications for parking permits than parking spaces available.

The number of permits available in relation to spaces has therefore been restricted to a maximum 75% over-subscription. This policy has been developed to ensure fair and orderly access to all our car parks.

Basic principles of our car parking policy

  • Car parking permit fees shall cover operational costs and any planned improvements to the car parks
  • High over-subscription of available spaces means that unless a permit holder has a reserved space, a parking permit only gives permission to hunt for a space. It does not guarantee that a space will be available
  • The number of permits issued is limited and any student applicants living within a two-mile radius of the University are only eligible to apply for a permit under exceptional circumstances circumstances i.e. Blue Badge Holders or individuals with a permanent or temporary disability
  • Provision of car parking is detrimental to the environment in that it encourages car travel as a means of commuting to work and study

Car parking provision

Car parking spaces are provided at the following sites for permit holders only:

City Centre CampusLaisteridge Lane CampusSchool of Management CampusOff Campus Properties

Chesham/Horton
Sports Centre
Senior Managers - Rear of Carlton Wing
Longside A
Longside B
Phoenix Ramp
Shearbridge Green
Tumbling Hill Street
Visitors - Front Richmond Building
Richmond Workshops

Rear of Revis Barber Hall
Nursery / Sports Pavilion
Rear of Emm Lane
Emm Lane
Heaton Mount
Overflow 1&2
Forster Building***
Cobden Building
21 Claremont

*** For visitors only

Staff parking

Staff who are eligible for a parking permit must apply annually from November - permit effective for the period 1 February to 31 January. The number of staff permits available is restricted and these are issued on a first come first served basis initially but where the demand for permits exceeds availability then a needs based points system will be employed to decide who will be allocated a permit. Permits for non-salaried staff are issued once the appropriate fee has been paid. For salaried staff, payment will be by monthly deduction from the staff member's salary.

  • Staff must apply for permits annually and the number of staff permits issued is restricted
  • Permits are issued on a first come first served basis
  • Staff wishing to apply for a parking permit should complete an online application (external link)
  • For those staff who do not have an email account with the University a paper copy of the application form may be obtained from Richmond Reception, Richmond Building or can be issued via internal mail
  • Permits must be surrendered when leaving the employment of the University, or where car parking rights are relinquished

Student parking

Students must apply for permits annually and the number of student permits issued is restricted. Permits are issued on a first come first served basis initially but where the demand for permits exceeds availability then a needs based points system will be employed to decide who will be allocated a permit. Students wishing to apply for a parking permit should complete an online application (external link).

Student permits cover a 12 month period.  Refunds will only be considered in exceptional circumstances e.g. where a student is unable to complete a course early.  Applications for refunds must be evidence based with a covering letter submitted together with the parking permit to carparking@bradford.ac.uk.

Students may only park on the Campus Car Parks for which their permit is issued.

In addition, all students may park on the City Campus after 5:30 pm until 9:00 am Monday to Friday and all times at weekends without the need for a permit.

Students not in residence

Students who are or will be living at home or in private accommodation at a distance of more than 2 miles from the City Campus or School of Management and who wish to apply for a permit should do so via the online application (external link).

Student permits cover a 12 month period.  Refunds will only be considered in exceptional circumstances e.g. where a student is unable to complete a course early.  Applications for refunds must be evidence based with a covering letter submitted together with the parking permit to Car Parking, Richmond Building, Richmond Road, Bradford, BD7 1DP.

Students with parking permits for the School of Management are not permitted to park their vehicles on City Campus.

It should be duly noted that with the exception of the car park at the rear of Revis Barber Hall, all other car parks on the Laisteridge Lane Halls of Residence Complex are owned by a private company who operate a separate parking policy, therefore parking in any of these other car parks is strictly prohibited for University permit holders.

Visitor parking

Arrangements have been made for the issue of visitor parking permits.

All visitors must present themselves to the University Reception Desk, Richmond Building or School of Management to obtain a visitor parking permit.

All visitors to the University City Campus must be directed to the visitor car park via the Richmond Road entrance, permits for this car park will only be available from Richmond Reception and parking will be offered on a first come, first served basis to maximise the car park capacity.

Note: Parking for all visitors will be restricted to the visitor car park unless special circumstances apply i.e. Disabled Blue Badge holders will still be able to park in the nearest available Disabled Bay to the location they are visiting.  

It is expected that staff will inform their visitors prior to their journey that car parking cannot be guaranteed and provide information on nearby parking options so that they can allow sufficient time to find parking prior to their attendance.

Visitors should consider other forms of travel to the University sites and further local information can be found at www.bradford.ac.uk/smart-travel. When the visitor car park is full on arrival visitors will be provided with information from Richmond Reception on nearby parking options, where this has not already been provided.

The visitor car park at City Campus is located at the front of Richmond Building and has a total of 35 visitor spaces including 2 disabled spaces.

All visitors must obtain and display a valid Parking Permit clearly in the windscreen of their vehicle within 15 minutes of parking.

* Visitor permits are not available to staff and students.

Visitor parking for any other organised events

Requests for parking for organised events, seminars and conferences will continue to be processed under current arrangements.  Organisers should forward their request to carparking@bradford.ac.uk email address (more than 5 working days prior to the event) and spaces will be allocated and special permits issued where space is available. Space availability to support such events will fluctuate at different times of the year and will be very limited. Anything less than five guests we will usually try to offer the visitor’s car park however in term time this becomes a little more difficult as it is a first come first served basis. Organisers should be encouraging attendees to such events to consider using public transport and where parking is not available on the Campus direct them to nearby public parking.  For further information please see our website at www.bradford.ac.uk/smart-travel.

It should be noted however that parking for such events is very limited and organisers should encourage visitors to come by public transport wherever possible. When not booked in advance guests will be asked to park off-site.

Contractor and consultant parking

Contractor and Consultant parking permits are held at Phoenix North East Building reception. All main contractors working on University projects are allowed one vehicle to park in the Universities car parks. Permits must be collected and returned daily. On collection of a permit this must be clearly displayed in the vehicle windscreen. Failure to display a valid permit will result in a £60 Civil Penalty Notice.

Contractors and Consultants must comply with University Parking Regulations This is outlined on the reverse of the permit. Contractor parking is strictly prohibited in:

  • Spaces reserved for a named person
  • Spaces reserved for University vehicles
  • Spaces reserved for Disabled drivers
  • Areas cordoned off by the University
  • Yellow cross-hatched areas or areas with double yellow lines or triple stripes marked on kerb edges
  • Senior Managers - Rear of Carlton Wing
  • Visitor's Car Park
  • Spaces marked 'Reserved'
  • Parking other than in a designated parking space
  • An area where this may cause an obstruction

The parking of private vehicles owned by employees of contractors and sub-contractors is strictly prohibited in University car parks. Employees should use the publicly available on-street parking surrounding the University.

All Contractors must obtain and display a valid Parking Permit clearly in the windscreen of their vehicle within 15 minutes of parking.

Disabled parking

All disabled parking spaces are reserved 24 hours a day 7 days a week for use by Blue Badge holders and university special accessible permit holders at all times.

Disabled members of staff and students will be issued with a permit if the use of a vehicle is essential for their mobility irrespective of their place of residence.

Disabled staff and students who are blue badge holders, who require the use of a motor vehicle to enable them to come to the University are exempted from any fee.

Members of staff and students with temporary mobility problems may apply for a temporary disabled permit following an assessment by and recommendation from the University Disability Office. Application for temporary disabled permits will be referred to the Disabilities Office for assessment but will still have to be paid for.

The University of Bradford provides a number of disabled parking spaces and applicants need to apply for a special parking permit to park in one of these spaces. Demand fluctuates yearly so new applicants should apply in good time. A disabled parking permit is not a guarantee of a disabled space but entitles the holder to use such spaces when they are available.

Disabled permit holders who park on University property are not entitled to park on the following:

  • Spaces reserved for a named person
  • Spaces reserved for University vehicles
  • Areas cordoned off by the University
  • Yellow cross-hatched areas or areas with double yellow lines or triple stripes marked on kerb edges
  • Spaces marked 'Reserved'
  • Parking other than in a designated parking space
  • An area where this may cause an obstruction

Staff and students who wish to apply for a disabled permit should complete an online application (external link).

Disabled driver only parking spaces are provided in the following car parks:

  • Chesham/Horton
  • Sports Centre
  • Senior Managers - Rear of Carlton Wing
  • Phoenix Ramp
  • Shearbridge Green
  • Longside A
  • Longside B
  • Tumbling Hill Street
  • Visitors - Front of Richmond Building
  • Richmond Workshops
  • Emm Lane (School of Management Campus)
  • West End Car Park

Electric car parking permit

Staff may apply for an electric car parking permit which will allow the charging of their vehicles in one of the designated electric charging bays. Users will only be permitted to park in the bay for a maximum of four hours and will then need to move their vehicle to an ordinary parking bay. Should vehicles not be moved they shall be liable to receive a Civil Parking Notice of £60. The annual cost of the permits will be half the usual annual charge and staff will be charged monthly for their electricity usage. Electricity charges will be at cost and is approximately 70p per hour. Vehicle make and models will be checked before an electric car parking permit is issued. 

Occasional user parking

Occasional users may purchase scratch card permits at a cost of £3.00 per permit and these must be purchased in multiples of 5 to a maximum of 50 permits per annum. Permits are available to members of staff and students who use a motor vehicle, attend for work or study on an infrequent basis (one day a week or less) or occasionally hire vehicles for business purposes and do not require one of the regular permits. Occasional user permits can only be issued where spaces are available and may be suspended when car parks become overcrowded.

Occasional users will not have card access through the barriers they are required to buzz through to security in which they will be asked for their 6 digit permit number which is on the front of the occasional user permit. Once they have entered the car parks and found a designated bay they will be required to display a permit showing the correct date and with the matching number plate written on.

Occasional users are only available to those who live outside of a 2 mile radius to the University and this will be checked on by the car parking department. If you are inside a 2 mile radius you will be refused the permits and given a refund.

Please note you are buying permits in batches of 5 at a cost of £15 per batch limited to a maximum of 4 batches (20 permits) per transaction.

Please read your confirmation email for advice on how to collect your permits.

To purchase occasional parking permits, please visit the online store.

Occasional user permits can be collected from Estates Office in the Phoenix North East Building between the hours of 9.00am and 16.00pm Monday to Friday when the University is open.

Two vehicle registration scheme

Members of staff are permitted to register a maximum of two vehicles on their car park permit application providing the second vehicle is a second family vehicle and resides at the same address as the first registered vehicle.

Permit holders will only be provided with one permit and this should be transferred between vehicles when bringing the vehicle to site.

Crime prevention

All vehicles are parked on University sites at the owner's risk and the University accepts no liability for the safety and security of such vehicles.

Most car crime is opportunist and you can put thieves off with vigilance and by taking the following simple precautions:

  • Never leave a car door unlocked or a window/sun roof open
  • Do not leave any belongings on display in your car (lock them in the boot)
  • Security mark your stereo and if its removable, always take it with you
  • If you have a Satellite Navigation device ensure you not only remove the device but also remove any tell tale ring mark on your windscreen
  • Do not leave credit cards or cheque books in a glove compartment
  • Never leave your vehicle documents in your car
  • Double check that all doors and windows are locked before leaving the car
  • Security, patrol all areas of the University throughout the day and night and there is an extensive CCTV (with digital video recording) system for your safety. The incidence of car crime on Campus is extremely low.

To help maintain a safe University immediately report any suspicious persons or incidents to Security on 01274 236999.

Permit charges

Income from car parking permits covers the cost of operating and maintaining the car parking system and any planned improvements to the car parks. Fees therefore cover the costs of security, lighting, ground maintenance and administration of the system. The fees also contain a 10% environmental carbon levy.

ApplicantPermit TypeConditionsCharge (£)
Full-time Staff Reserved Eligible senior staff* entitled to a reserved parking space 720
General More than 22 contractual hours 204
General Less than 22 contractual hours 102
Students General 12 month period 102
All Staff & Students Motorcycles 12 month period 36
Occasional** 20 visit entitlement up to a maximum of 50 per annum 60

* Those eligible are staff holding full-time appointments that, by custom and practice, have been allocated a named reserved space prior to 1.10.93 and other staff holding appointments as Deans or Heads of Departments.
** Occasional user permits can only be issued where spaces are available.

Environment levy

The University has imposed a 10% fee on all permits for the development of an environmental levy fund to support transport initiatives. Small grants are available from the environmental levy to part fund transport initiatives, which have the aim of reducing staff and student car dependence. Typical initiatives include installing new bicycle storage facilities and showers, driver training on environmental driving techniques and provision of public transport information.

Any Academic Faculty, Department or Staff and Student Organisation can apply to the fund for support for their initiative. For further information, contact the University Environmental Manager on 01274 233430.

Parking restrictions

Permit holders are expected to observe the University's parking restrictions. A Civil Parking Notice of £60.00 (subject to change) will be imposed in respect of any of the following offences.

  • Parking in a car park for which a permit is not valid;
  • Parking on double or crosshatched yellow lines;
  • Parking where there are triple yellow stripes marked on the kerb edges;
  • Parking without a valid disabled blue badge or university disabled permit;
  • Causing an obstruction;
  • Parking in a location in which a notice clearly prohibiting parking is displayed, for example outside emergency exits or plant rooms or near delivery doors;
  • Unauthorised parking in a reserved space or in an area clearly marked as temporarily or permanently allocated for use by visitors or, for example, in connection with maintenance or construction work;
  • Parking other than in a designated parking space;
  • Exceeding the stipulated waiting time where parking parking restrictions are in place;Parking in an electric charging bay without an electric charging bay permit or exceeding the four hour maximum stay in an electric charging bay;
  • Failing to display clearly a valid permit; (All motor vehicles in University car parks must display a valid parking permit on the front windscreen at all times between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:30pm Monday to Friday)

It is a requirement of the University of Bradford car parking terms and conditions that permit holders strictly observe the above parking restrictions. This ruling applies to all car parks on the City Campus, School of Management and all other car parks belonging to the University. Contravention of these restrictions could lead to the issue of a £60 Civil Parking Notice which must be paid within 28 days to University of Bradford.

Civil parking notice payment

Payment can be made to the payment line on 01604 625612. Please have your ticket number and credit / debit card details available when you call. A discounted amount of £30 will be accepted if paid within 14 days. If not paid within 28 days the parking charge will increase to £75. You will incur additional charges resulting from further action being taken against you if the fee remains unpaid. This could also lead to the withdrawal of the offenders permit.

Vehicles found parked in any of the University's car parks without clearly displaying a valid permit will also be liable to a £60 Civil Parking Notice charge as per the same conditions above.

Parking enforcement

University Car Park Attendants and Security Staff have the authority to direct traffic on campus, regulate entry to the car parks, exercise control over parking and ensure compliance with the University's parking regulations.

Car Park Attendants and Security Staff are empowered to affix Civil Parking Notice's to motor vehicles parked in contravention of the parking regulations and to issue Civil Parking Notices to motor vehicles not displaying a relevant permit.

Car Park Attendants and Security Staff are responsible for enforcing the parking regulations, under the direction of the Security Manager.

Parking appeals

Representation / Appeals regarding the issue of Civil Parking Notices will only be accepted in writing. Send all correspondence to University of Bradford, PO Box 597, Northampton. NN4 7XN.

Charges will be placed on hold until an appeals decision has been made.

The University is a member of the Parking on Private Land Appeals scheme (POPLA).  Further information on this service will be provided to individuals upon the University appeals procedure being exhausted.

Change of vehicle

Any change of vehicle must be notified immediately to Richmond Reception and a 'change of vehicle form' completed.

  • Forms can be obtained at Richmond Reception or by downloading a copy for completion: ‌
  • Alternatively you can change your details on the online car parking permit system (external link)

A temporary permit must be obtained from Richmond Reception to display on the windscreen while the change of vehicle form is being processed.

No vehicle should be parked on University car parks without clearly displaying a valid permit on the windscreen.

Where a vehicle has been damaged and or serviced and you are provided with a courtesy vehicle a temporary permit must be obtained from Richmond Reception and clearly displayed on the windscreen immediately.

Permit holders must not place permits from an existing vehicle and/or notes into any replacement vehicle as these will not be valid. Failure to notify such a change immediately could result in a Civil Parking Notice being issued and or withdrawal of permit.

Lost, defaced or change of vehicle (surpassed 2 free of charge changes) permits will incur a replacement charge of £5.

Surrendering of permits

Staff

Permits surrendered before the end of the period to which they relate may attract a pro-rata refund for any full months left remaining where an applicable permit was purchased. For a refund to be made, the permit disc must firstly be returned to the Security Manager at Richmond Reception, Richmond Building together with a covering letter requesting that the appropriate amount be reimbursed. This request may also be made using the online car parking permit system (external link).

Student

Student permits cover a 12 month period, refunds will only be considered in exceptional circumstances e.g. where a student is unable to complete a course early.  Applications for refunds must be evidence based with a covering letter submitted together with the parking permit to carparking@bradford.ac.uk.

Parking regulations

These regulations apply to all staff, students, contractors and visitors to all University car parks.

These regulations form part of the application for the issue of a parking permit and as such applicants are deemed to have read and agreed to abide by the regulations.

Anyone contravening these regulations will receive a Civil Parking Notice of £60.

Any holder of a parking permit who contravenes these regulations may also have their permits withdrawn at the discretion of the Security Manager.

Any contravention of these regulations by a member of staff or a student may lead to disciplinary steps being taken by the University.

  • All motor vehicles in University car parks must display a valid parking permit on the front windscreen at all times between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:30 pm Monday to Friday
  • All users of motor vehicles must comply with the Highway Code
  • All users must abide by any traffic signs and notices, whether permanent or temporary and any instructions given by our Car Park Attendants and Security Staff
  • The speed limit on all University property is 10mph and drivers must proceed with caution. This limit must be adhered to at all times due to the large number of pedestrians on campus, failure to adhere to the speed limit on university sites could result in Civil Warning Notices being issued, and or permits being withdrawn
  • Vehicles must not tailgate the vehicle in front upon entry or exit to university property.  This is dangerous and could result in damage to property, vehicles or person(s).  Drivers must stop at barriers and use card access or request access/egress via the control panel button on the barrier.  Where drivers are caught tailgating permits may be withdrawn and or vehicles banned from accessing university property
  • It is prohibited to park in a car park for which a permit is not valid
  • Motor vehicles must be parked in a designated parking area and in clearly marked parking spaces. No vehicle must occupy more than one space.
  • All information provided on applications for a parking permit must be true and accurate. Where false information is found to have been provided, this will result in withdrawal of the permit and possible disciplinary action being taken.
  • Permit holders must immediately inform Security of any changes to their motor vehicle details (for example following the purchase of a new car)
  • It is prohibited to alter, tamper, duplicate or forge a parking permit in any way - Penalty for contravention - removal of permit and pursuit of criminal charges through the courts for fraud.
  • It is prohibited for an able-bodied person to park in a disabled drivers space
  • It is prohibited to park in a reserved space if you are not the named individual for that space
  • It is prohibited to exceed the stipulated waiting time where parking waiting times are in force, i.e. 30 minutes waiting restrictions at the Student Central loading bay
  • It is prohibited to cause an obstruction
  • It is prohibited to park on triple or double yellow lines (also identified on some paving and car park edges) and on cross-hatched areas
  • It is prohibited to park in a location in which a notice prohibits any parking, for example outside emergency exits, plant rooms or delivery zones
  • It is prohibited to park in an area marked as temporary or permanently allocated for use by visitors or in connection with maintenance or construction work
  • It is prohibited to park outside of a designated parking space, for example on grassed verges or on pavements
  • It is prohibited to transfer a permit to another vehicle unless that vehicle has been registered through the Two-Car Registration Scheme
  • Permits must be returned to Security if holders cease working or studying at the University or if the permits are no longer required
  • The University reserves the right to refuse permit holders access to spaces from time to time, in order to accommodate bona fide visitors for an organised event
  • Visitors contravening these regulations will be liable to be issued with a Civil Parking Notice.
  • Permits must not be altered or defaced in any way. Where permits are found to be altered or defaced they will be treated as invalid and a £60 Civil Parking Notice will be issued.
  • Civil Parking Notice's must be paid within 28 days from the date of issue. Telephone payment line 01604 625612 (Operators cannot answer any queries regarding charges or appeals).
  • LATE PAYMENTS - Failure to pay the Civil Parking Charge of £60 within 28 days from the date of issue will result in your vehicle licensing details being obtained from the DVLA and the payment will increase to £75. In the event of non-payment of the Civil Parking Charge Notice the case may also be passed to a debt collection agency at which stage you may be liable for additional costs.

Staff Carshare scheme

How to qualify

To qualify for a Carshare permit and a reserved parking space you will need to do the following:

  • Find at least one other university driver to share with to form a 'car pool'.
  • Elect one member of the car pool to be the lead driver. The lead driver will be responsible for the smooth operation of the car pool, informing the Security department of any changes and will act as the main point of contact for the Security Administrator.
  • The driver of each vehicle used as part of the car pool will need to complete the Carshare scheme registration form. The form will need to be signed by the lead driver.
  • The lead driver will forward all Carshare registration forms to the Security Administrator at Security Department Richmond Reception. (Drivers need not return permits at this stage).The Security Administrator will process your registration and arrange a reserved car park space in the car park.
  • Staff with electric car parking permits will not be permitted to enter the Carshare scheme.
  • Once the formalities are completed, the lead driver will arrange to collect all previously held permits and exchange these for a Carshare permit. The car pool cannot begin operation until all permits are returned.

Terms and conditions

This form is only appropriate for use by applicants of a car pool who require a Carshare permit. A car pool is defined as having at least two, University based, car-driving members. If membership of the car pool is less than two drivers, the entitlement to a Carshare permit is withdrawn.

Each car pool must have a designated lead driver whose responsibility will be to inform the Security Administrator in writing of any change to car pool membership. Where the designated lead driver no longer requires membership of the Carshare scheme, the car pool should elect a new lead driver and inform the Security Administrator in writing immediately of this change.

Members of car pools may only hold Carshare permits. Drivers will be required to exchange previously held permits at the time of issue of the Carshare permit. Car pool groups may also purchase up to a maximum of 50 Occasional User Permits per permit year at an additional cost for £1.60 per permit, to allow for flexibility. The Occasional User permits may only be used by members of the Car Share Group to whom they are issued, they are not transferable or for re-sale.

Drivers from the same address may be accepted only if each has previously held a parking permit for a vehicle in their own right (individually paid for) and the share arrangements signifies a change in driver patterns.

Returned parking permits in support of a Carshare permit registration must have been valid for at least three-months prior to the introduction of the scheme. Returned permits which are less than three-months old will only be accepted where the holder is a new staff/student member. This will be subject to verification by the Security Administrator.

Only one parking space per car pool will be reserved. Staff will be allocated a space in the School of Management or City Campus car parks.

Car pool permits will only be issued to those who share on a regular basis. Ad hoc arrangements i.e.: attendance at conferences, meetings, and home visits, etc, will not be eligible for the permit.

Parking permit fees, once paid are not refundable in whole or in part. Where a member of staff joins the Carshare scheme, payments deducted from salary will cease on issue of the Carshare permit.

Permits will last for twelve months or pro-rate months where applied for outside the annual application process. Permit holders will be required to renew their twelve months permits by application to the Security Administrator on forms which will be provided for that purpose.

Any parking permit holder changing a registered vehicle will need to apply for a permit for the new vehicle on a form available from the Security Administrator. There will be no charge for the issue of a new permit in these circumstances; however, permit holders will be required to surrender their existing permits before new permits are issued.

It is expected that the car pool members will travel together and that instances of individual use will be kept to a minimum.

In the spirit of the Car Share Scheme where spaces are noted to be empty for more than 50% of the time, such space allocation will be reviewed and permits maybe withdrawn. 

The University of Bradford reserves the right to withdraw the Carshare permit where a car pool is deemed to be in breach of these terms and conditions.

Useful contacts

Car Parking Enquiries
Richmond Reception Desk/Phoenix NE Estates
01274 23 4894/3001
Car Parking Manager
Richmond Building
01274 234896
Civil Parking Notice Payments
01604 625612
Environmental Levy
Environmental Manager
01274 233001
environmental@Bradford.ac.uk
Parking Appeals (accepted in writing only)
University of Bradford
PO BOX597
Northampton NN4 7XN
British Parking Association
Stuart House
41-43 Perrymount Road,
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH16  3BN
014444 447 300
Email: inf@britishparking.co.uk
http://www.britishparking.co.uk (external link)
Links to the AOS and IAS can be found at
http://www.britishparking.co.uk (external link)

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