Social distancing and planning for the return to campus mean that we need to consider how to manage parking effectively once teaching begins again in September. Whilst public transport is generally considered higher risk than travelling in your own vehicle, we have only a limited number of spaces physically available which means that we still need to place some restrictions on campus car parks. This page reflects plans for parking until the Christmas closure period. You can read the full parking policy here.
You can apply for parking at university car parks via the two routes below.
If you are an enrolled student and a blue badge holder, you will be able to park on campus without charge. Please contact the Disability and Dyslexia Service to register your details and find out more. Make sure that you display your blue badge when parking on campus.
If you are an enrolled student who requires on-campus parking but are not a blue badge holder, please email our Wellbeing team with an outline of your reasons for a permit. You may be asked to include evidence to support your application, usually medical evidence.
Your request will be processed by a panel and an end date will be agreed, no later than the end of the year initially. There is currently no payment required for parking on campus.
Saracens have kindly agreed to allow all other students to use parking at the Copthall Stadium on most days next term and we will follow up with more details closer to the start of term.
This is a 25 minute walk from campus and vehicles are left at your own risk but it is a more controlled environment than off-street parking.
There are 150 parking bays at Allianz Park available for students. Students do not have to be permit holders, but they do need to show their Middlesex University ID Card to use the facility.