Car parking at Glenside Campus

Glenside Campus has very limited car parking provision. All vehicles, except motorbikes, parked at Glenside Campus between the core hours of 09:00 and 17:00 Monday to Friday must display a parking permit in their vehicle. Vehicles must be parked in a designated parking bay.

Types of permits

Annual permit

  • The cost for an annual permit for the 2019/20 academic year will be £120.
  • By having an annual permit, you don’t need to worry about using the pay and display machines.

Permission to park

  • The permission to park permit is free. It shows the car parking operators that you’re permitted to park on campus.
  • Along with the permit, you’ll need to pay to park each day. You can use a pay and display machine.

How to apply for a permit

You can apply for both types of permits online through myUWE, under the ‘My Details’ tab. If you’re eligible, you’ll be able to print your permit yourself. It needs to be displayed in your windscreen. Windscreen wallets can be purchased for a small fee from any of The Students' Union at UWE shops.

Failure to display a valid car parking permit will result in you receiving a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).

Where can you park at Glenside Campus

All unrestricted car parks. Restricted car parks have a barrier.

Don't park your car in residential areas around Glenside Campus. Most of the roads around the campus are either restricted by double yellow lines or have a residents-only permit schemes in place.

Getting a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)

If you park your car in an unauthorised area including (but not limited to) double yellow lines, disabled bays, pavements, verges, etc you'll receive a PCN.

If you pay your PCN within 14 days, it will be £20. After this, it rises to £40. If you don’t pay your PCN within 28 calendar days, we will request Keeper Details from the DVLA. This can be a lengthy process and you may not receive any further communication about your PCN for many months, but charges will still apply. Don't ignore it, it will only make things worse.

Further details about enforcement and appeals.

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