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    Student parking on campus

    Parking at Middlesex University is limited , and so is necessarily restricted. Middlesex University is well served by public transport. There are a number of ways to travel to Hendon Campus and these are detailed in our Hendon Campus Pocket Map. You may only apply for a parking permit if you fall into one of the two categories below, though you should be advised that possession of a permit does not guarantee a parking space.  Rather, a parking permit allows you access to search for a space. You may be asked to meet with a member of staff to discuss your parking application. All spaces are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

    All users should have a current permit displayed when parking on site.

    Students with a blue badge

    If you are an enrolled student and you are a blue badge holder you may park on site, without charge, but you must register your details and display your blue badge. Please contact the Disability and Dyslexia Service to find out more.

    Students without a blue badge - request for special consideration

    We recognise that there may be occasions where you cannot reasonably continue to attend university without the possibility of a parking permit. If you are an enrolled student with a special request to be allowed on site parking and you are not a blue badge holder, you should contact wellbeing@mdx.ac.uk with an outline of your reasons for consideration 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 if successful, an end date for the permit will be agreed. Should the requirement for a permit extend to more than one calendar month then the permit is chargeable (£25 if the permit is required for a period of time between 1 and 6 months; £50 for 6-12 months). The maximum period a permit will be issued for is 12 months. You may reapply and be reassessed at the end of the 12 month period. You must display your permit when parked on site.

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