Demand for car parking at the University often outweighs supply. We therefore request all potential parking permit applicants to explore alternative travel options before making an application for a parking permit.
Please note: The main gates at Digby Stuart and Southlands are closed at 23.00hrs to all traffic and will only open for the Emergency Services.
The Froebel gates are on a time lock and will close as follows:
Car Parking - Staff
Parking is available to staff on application and all cars must display a valid Roehampton University parking permit issued by Security.
Car Parking - Only for Students With Mobility Limitations On A Temporary Or Permanent Basis
Parking for students with mobility limitations on a temporary or permanent basis is available. Cars must display the appropriate blue badge or Roehampton University permit.
Student Parking - During Core Hours 0800-1900hrs
No parking is offered to students at Digby Stuart, Froebel, Southlands, Whitelands, Downshire House and Mount Clare from 0800-1630hrs. At 1630hrs students may park on site to reduce congestion in local off street parking.
Cars must be off campus by 0800hrs the following morning.
Student Weekend Parking
Students may park at Digby Stuart, Froebel, Southlands, Whitelands and Mount Clare from Friday 1630hrs through to Monday 0800hrs.
Overnight Student Parking
Overnight parking is available from 1630hrs – 0800hrs Monday to Friday. Student owned cars must be removed by 0800hrs.
Visitor parking is available on all sites. It is the responsibility of the member of staff issuing the invitation to make the necessary arrangements. Where possible, visitors should be encouraged to use public transport and the University Shuttle Bus between campuses.
It is the responsibility of the member of staff leading the project to make the necessary arrangements with Paul Markham-James for the issue of a permit. This should be arranged at the pre-contract meeting by project managers and limited to a maximum of two parking permits.
Any vehicle parked on the Roehampton University estate in breach of the Security Policy will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)
The PCN is issued through an external agency.
If the PCN is not paid within 14 days, the cost will increase.
The PCN will be sent to the registered keeper of the vehicle whose details will be obtained from the DVLA by the Parking Enforcement Agency.
Anyone leaving a bicycle on University premises should be aware of the importance of having a robust lock and knowing how to use it effectively and would recommend you have it insured.
Cycles not registered and kept locked in one location for more than a two week period without prior notice to Security will be removed. This will occur after a notice period of not less than seven days on the cycle itself informing the owner of Security's intention to remove it.
Anyone leaving a motorcycle or scooter on University premises must ensure it is securely locked.