Before coming to study at Aberystwyth, remember that while a car may seem the easiest option, the costs of maintaining it can really add up. Could you make your journey by other means? As well, we can only offer a certain amount of permits, so advise to only bring your car if you need to. Parking permits will be in the form of window stickers. The permits will need to be visable from either your vehicle front or rear window, and on any accessible surface for motorbikes.
Please see below information in regards to student parking:
Can all students apply for a permit?
You can only apply for a permit if:
- You are a resident in Cwrt Mawr, Rosser, Trefloyne, Pentre Jane Morgan, or Fferm Penglais.
- You are a resident in Seafront Residences - please note: there are only 30 spaces available which are given on a first come, first served basis.
- You are resident in Pantycelyn – please note: there are only 55 spaces available which are given on a first come, first served basis.
- You are a commuting student with a term-time address more than 3 miles outside Aberystwyth.
How do I apply for a parking permit?
Permits are available to buy via our online shop from Monday 17th August 2020 and can be purchased in advance or once you have arrived. Please select the appropriate option to buy your permit:
- Penglais Campus
- Fferm Penglais
- Seafront Residences
- School of Art
- Disabled blue badge holders
When and where do I pick up my permit?
Your new permit will be issued to you during our Big Welcome Weekend between the dates 16 – 19 September 2020, they will be with your accommodation keys.
Immediately after this date, and if you are collecting accommodation keys they will be attached.
Late applications for permits will be collected from Penbryn Campus Reception between 10.00 am - 4.00 pm.
If you are living in University Residences, Parking Permits remain valid for the duration of your accommodation licence period for 2020/21 only.
How much does a parking permit cost?
Parking charges are approved by the Finance and General Purposes Committee of the University and are revised each year. Parking charges for this academic session are:
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Where can I park?
What happens if I park without a permit?
In the first instance, any vehicle contravening the University Parking Regulations will be issued with a warning notice. In the case of a second contravention, a Parking Charge Notice will be issued and attached to the windscreen. The charge is £80. More information about the University's Parking Regulations.
Do I need a permit to park at Llanbadarn Campus?
Yes, a permit is required to park at Canolfan Llanbadarn Centre. Student permits are available to those who have to travel in more than 3 miles each day. Students who already hold a halls permit are also entitled to park in Llanbadarn. Please note that students are only entitled to park in the designated student areas as shown on the parking map.