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January 2016


Day Parking Packages Now Available

Staff can now purchase a range of new day parking packages, offering a considerable saving, which staff can use to book car parking spaces on campus in advance. These are a great, flexible alternative to a full permit and booking and cancelling can be done easily online. http://carparking.leeds.ac.uk/daypackages/

Weekend and Evening use of Multi-Storey and Orange Zone

Out of core parking hours (core hours are 7am – 5pm, Monday – Friday), staff without a parking permit are able to park for free within the Multi-Storey Car Park and Orange zone. To do this, vehicles must be registered in advance and a guide for how to do this can be found here http://carparking.leeds.ac.uk/out-of-core-hours/

Department Visitor Parking

Staff are reminded that visitor parking during core parking hours (core hours are 7am – 5pm, Monday – Friday), must be booked in advance. This can be done using the new online parking system here http://carparking.leeds.ac.uk/visitors/

Public Visitor Parking

Outside of core parking hours (core hours are 7am – 5pm, Monday – Friday), parking tariffs are in place to use the Multi-Storey and Orange zone car parks for members of the public. Pay stations are available across the Orange zone site. More information can be found here http://carparking.leeds.ac.uk/visitors/

January 2016


Free Staff Weekend and Evening Parking – Register your Car!

From 4th January 2016, an Automatic Number Plate Recognition system (ANPR) is due to be introduced to manage the main Orange Zone car park on campus.

The new ANPR system also means that only staff day parkers who have booked in advance, permit holders and authorised visitors will be able to park during the core hours of 0700-1700, Monday to Friday.

Staff who do not have a permit will be able to use the car park free of charge outside of the core hours, including weekends, bank holidays and University closed days.

All colleagues wishing to park at the University car parks out of core hours will need to log their car number plate by registering on the online parking system. As per the new parking enforcement terms and conditions, any staff vehicle not registered on the system will be issued with a parking charge of £80 (reduced to £40 if paid within 14 days). Please refer to the Parking Terms and Conditions for more information.

New pay stations will also be available to enable members of the public to pay for parking outside of the core hours. These will be located in the new multi-storey and The Edge car parks.

The system removes the need for automatic barriers, resulting in a better flow of traffic in and out of the car park. It will also provide key information on the use of parking spaces to allow better management of permit allocations.

In order to make the system as efficient as possible, access to the Orange zone car park will be through two entrances – Parkinson Building and Willow Terrace.  The exit point on Lodge Street and the former access point at Fenton Street will be closed.

Day Parking 

The new Day Parking packages will be released shortly. We will notify customers here via the news section on the parking website and on the For Staff announcement pages as soon as these are available to purchase.

 

December 2015


Additional Parking Permits -Apply Now!

As a result of the new multi storey car park opening in January a number of improvements to car parking arrangements on campus are to be implemented.  

We are pleased to confirm that from January new day parking packages  will be made available to allow staff the ability to book in advance, online, for a ‘day permit’.  These will be available in packages to offer improved value and ease of use.  Click here for more info.

A very limited number of annual permits will also be made available from January 2016. Staff wishing to consider applying for one of these permits may find out more about the application process, agreed criteria and FAQs on the New Parking Arrangements page. Paper copies can be obtained from Estates Helpdesk for staff that may require them.

Application Timeline
Application process opens 13.11.15
Application process closes 10.12.15
Notification of permit allocation Before Christmas
Permits can be used 04.01.16

Finally, may we draw your attention to the fact that significant improvements to the alternatives to parking including new arrangements for car sharing and travel planning roadshows are now in place and further details regarding these can be found http://sustainability.leeds.ac.uk/sustainable-transport/ .

November 2015


 

Travel Planning Sessions

A number of travel planning sessions have been organised by the Sustainability Service. These are a great way to find out more about Car Sharing and the range of public transport options for staff.

Date Event
17.11.15 11am-1pm – Metro travel planning café (Travel advisors from Metroline, Sustrans and West Yorkshire Combined Authority will be on campus to provide informal personalised travel planning sessions for staff over some coffee and cake)
18.11.15 8.30am – 2pm – Liftshare promotional support event (Liftshare team will be on campus promoting the car share offer at the university and providing support in setting up your own car share)
01.12.16 1pm – 3pm – Metro travel planning café (Travel advisors from Metroline and West Yorkshire Combined Authority will be on campus to provide informal personalised travel planning sessions for staff over some coffee and cake)

For more information, please visit http://sustainability.leeds.ac.uk/sustainable-transport/travel-cafes-2/

November 2015


 

Additional Parking Permits

As a result of the new multi storey car park opening in January a limited number of additional annual permits will be made available from January 2016. Staff will be able to apply during November and an all staff email will be sent to notify staff that the process is open.

November 2015 – Download November issue of Reporter


 

Staff Email

We recently emailed all permit holders to notify that their current parking permits will be extended. A copy of the email can be seen in this news article:

August 2015 – Staff Email


 

See the results of the Car Parking Survey which informed the final criteria to be used for the allocation of additional permits

July 2015 – Parking survey results


 

See the update from Director of Facilities Dennis Hopper on campus developments including  changes to car parking

June 2015 – Update on campus developments –  My Week (Dennis Hopper)


 

See the results of the 2015 University of Leeds Annual Travel Survey

June 2015 – Travel Survey Report  – The University of Leeds Annual Travel Survey


 

An update on the recent car parking survey

April 2015 – Car Parking Survey Update – Reporter,  page 6


 

Dennis Hopper launches the Car Parking Survey in an email to all staff

March 2015 Parking Survey launched 


 

See the reporter article on the commencement of the Multi Storey Car Park project

July 2014 – Work set to begin on multi-storey car park – Reporter, July 2014, page 9