The University is committed to sustainability and reducing our environmental and social impact. Most students living on campus find they manage without a car. There are fast and direct links to and from the University of Hertfordshire via the University’s bus company, Uno which runs local buses throughout Hertfordshire and into North London and connects to the local railway stations.
Parking at the University is limited, therefore you must have a parking permit to park on campus. If you live on the College Lane Campus, you can apply to purchase a residential parking permit, if you meet the defined criteria. These are extremely limited and if you don’t have one you won’t be authorised to park. Unfortunately we don’t allow residential student parking at the de Havilland campus.
Please note that students with a residential parking permit are not allocated a specific space. Parking spaces are spread throughout the residences and a permit will not guarantee a space outside your particular block.
Unfortunately, there is no residential student parking at de Havilland except for blue badge holders and your accommodation contract terms and conditions state you must not bring a vehicle with you.
If you hold a blue badge for a personal disability and will be living on the de Havilland campus please contact the housing services team on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your parking requirements.
The University has a very restricted number of parking spaces available to residents on College Lane campus, these are available to purchase annually, by students who demonstrate that they fall into the following categories:
Students will be asked to provide a copy of their blue badge. These permits will be issued free of charge.
Please note: There is no guarantee that if you fit into one of the categories listed below that you will be awarded a residential parking permit.
Students are required to support their application with a letter signed by a medical professional (GP or specialist) satisfying the following criteria:
Students who are required to attend frequent (at least every 3 weeks) medical appointments or medical treatment in an area which cannot reasonably be reached by public transport. Students will be required to support their application with a letter signed by a medical professional (GP or specialist) satisfying the following criteria:
Students that have a recognised need to commute to training/competitions on a regular basis who are nationally ranked or have achieved recognition in their sport at a regional level or above. Students will be required to support their application with a signed letter on headed paper from the University of Hertfordshire’s Sport Scholarship Coordinator.
Students registered full time on one of the following programmes:
Students not on a priority programme who have to travel from the campus to their placement, where the placement:
Students where the illness or disability of an immediate family member necessitates frequent visits home. Students will be required to support their application with a letter signed by a medical professional (GP or specialist) satisfying the following criteria:
All cases will be reviewed on an individual basis by the Student Centre Info Service team, please supply evidence that supports your request. A personal statement is not deemed sufficient evidence.
Applications are not currently open for the 2018/2019 academic year. Details of how you can apply for a residential parking permit will be published here in the week of the 9th July. If you fall into one of the eligible categories defined above and intend to apply for a permit you may wish to start gathering the relevant documentary evidence now.