Car parking guidance for visitors
All vehicles, except motorbikes, parked on campus between the core hours of 09:00 and 17:00 Monday to Friday must display parking validation in their vehicle windscreen or driver's window. Vehicles must be parked in a designated parking bay.
I'm going to Frenchay Campus
Visiting a member of staff?
Please ask the person you are visiting to book you into one of our reserved spaces in the Visitor Car Park, which is only accessible via the North Entrance. You will then need to report to the Bristol Business School Reception on arrival to collect your visitor's pass and validate your parking.
If you are going to the Farmhouse (Vice-Chancellor's Office), Exhibition and Conference Centre and T Block (Bristol Robotics Laboratory and Centre for Machine Vision). Please contact your host to arrange access and a car parking space for you.
Helping a student move?
If you want to help a UWE Bristol student move in or out of accommodation on our Frenchay Campus, you will first need to report to the East Reception where we will give you a temporary loading pass.
All other visitors
There are a limited number of spaces available each day in the Visitor Car Park, which is only accessible via the North Entrance. Upon entry you will be issued with a ticket which must be validated in the pay machine before you can exit. Charges of £5 for a half day and £10 for a full day will apply during core hours (09:00 to 17:00, Monday to Friday). If parking outside of these times you will still need to validate your parking ticket in the pay machine, but will not be charged. The pay machine accepts card payments only.
I'm going to Glenside or City Campus at Bower AshtonPlease report to main reception. You'll need to register your company name, who you're visiting and your car's registration. We'll then give you a parking permit.
Still have questions?
The fine print
Even if you have a permit, we do not guarantee access to individual spaces. Parking on campus is entirely at your own risk.
Please do not park in neighbouring residential streets. Parking in residential areas has become a huge inconvenience to local residents.
We accept no responsibility for any vehicle theft or for any loss from or damage to vehicles parked on campus.