Car and cycle parking
All car parking is provided on the basis of first come, first served.
You need to register for a specific car park, apart from the Dartmouth pay and display. First-year students should apply to the Campus Facilities Office (M2.08) for a permit. You will need to show your TUSC and give your vehicle details. Returning students may apply online through e-Vision, between 1 September and 31 October 2012.
All-day University car parking
Cannon Park, University park and ride scheme
The University provides free all-day car parking here – it is approximately ten minutes walking time from the main campus. A free shuttle bus service operates twice an hour on weekdays during term time from 8.00am - 5.30pm. Registration required – see above. If you register for Cannon Park you cannot use any on-campus parking.
Penn and Parkside East – student pay and display car parks
£2.00 a day
Registration required – see above. You need your TUSC card to enter the car park. If you register for Penn and Parkside East you cannot use the park and ride scheme for free.
Dartmouth – pay and display
£2.00 a day
No prior registration is necessary but an attendant may ask to see your TUSC.
Short-term University car parking (four hours maximum)
Middletown and Students' Union
Up to 2 hours – 50p
Up to 4 hours – £1.50
Registration required – see above. If you do not remove your car after the duration of your ticket you will be penalised according to an escalating scale (warning, fine, removal of car park rights, disciplinary).
You can get information about the penalties for infringement from the campus facilities office.
Parkside East or Parkside West
All resident student parking is at Parkside East or Parkside West. If you live at any residence on campus you may apply for a permit to use these facilities, subject to availability. The annual charge for a permit is £264. Parking is not available for King Edwards' Square resident students in the Clarendon or Duke car parks, or in the Middletown for students at Woodlands Halls. First-year students should apply to the Campus Facilities Office for a permit. You will need to show your TUSC and give your vehicle details. If you are a returning student, you can apply online through e-Vision, between 1 September and 31 October 2012.
- if you rent private accommodation in a residential parking zone you may apply to the Council for a residential parking permit to park in the street where you live. You are also entitled to a book of 20 scratch card permits for use by occasional visitors. You can get advice on the application process from Middlesbrough Council on 01642 726003.
- the University does not provide any parking facilities for residents of Teesside House or Linthorpe Halls.
- if you live on campus, within a three-mile radius of the University (postcodes TS1 to TS4), or are also a member of University staff, you are not eligible to use all-day or short-term student car parks.
- some Council pay and display parking is available in the streets around the campus.
- you must not park in streets where parking is reserved for residents. Middlesbrough Council traffic wardens apply fixed penalties.
Car parking at Darlington campus
A limited number of car parking spaces are available for students at the Darlington campus on the basis of pay and display. You should apply in advance at the Darlington campus reception centre. You need to use your TUSC to enter the car park – this will also allow access to the pay and display car parks on the main campus.
The University has a limited number of covered and secure cycle stores with an annual charge of £5. There are several other cycle stands around the campus where you can secure your bike at no charge.
If you ride a motorbike, contact the campus facilities office to register your bike and identify an appropriate parking location – there is currently no charge.
For further details about parking contact Campus Facilities on 01642 342042.
- Campus car parks map (pdf - 76kb)