We are restarting permit payments in October
Charges for parking permits are to be reinstated across Campus from the 1st October 2020 – you’ll need to consider, before then, whether you still want to keep your permit.
- If you are not on campus as frequently as you were before, you may wish to consider cancelling your permit and instead using the new ‘Pay by Phone’ option when needed (see 'New Cashless Payment Method’). If you do prefer this option, please cancel your permit.
- If you do decide to cancel your parking permit, please contact CarParking@warwick.ac.uk for a refund of any date which has not passed.
- If you change your mind at a later point, it’s really easy to reactivate your permit by using the link above and you can register up to a day before you park on Campus.
MBChB students are eligible for a Low Rate Permit. From the 1st October 2020 - 30th September 2021, the price of the permit will be £24.22 per month.
See our where to park page for guidance on where MBChB permits can be used.
Unfortunately, due to tax restrictions, MBChB permits are not valid in Lynchgate Car Park or Kirby Corner Car Park.
Want to know more?
These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) will hopefully answer any questions you may have. However, if there's anything you are unsure of after reading through the information please email email@example.com with your question.
Am I guaranteed a parking space if I have a permit?
Owning a parking permit doesn’t guarantee you a parking space on campus but we always try to accommodate permit holders. There is a legal limit, agreed with local authorities, on the number of spaces we can build overall, so we use this limit flexibly to provide as much parking as we can in such a way as to meet the needs of the widest range of people possible across campus within the limits we must observe.
I can’t find a space – what do I do?
Use parking signage across campus to guide your route to available parking where your permit is valid. There is a regular free shuttlebus service with stops close to many car parks on campus, and there are cycle hire stations to help you get to your destination if it’s too far to walk.
I come to campus later than most people – are there any special arrangements for me?
We’re not able to offer specific parking arrangements depending on what hours you work. The start and finish times of employees varies a great deal depending on which part of the University you work for and your own personal circumstances. The only fair and realistic way to allocate spaces is on a first-come-first-served basis.
What do you spend the money you make from car parks on?
We spend it on maintaining and managing the car parks, and we invest it in sustainable alternatives to driving to work alone – cycling, buses and car sharing.
What if I no longer need my car parking permit (for example, if I don’t need it over the summer)?
You can cancel your permit online at any time. Cancellations will take effect in the following month's payroll.
Can we expect to see car parking charges increase again in 2021?
We will review all parking prices every year.
What happens if I cease to be registered on the MBChB course?
Reimbursements can be provided either through submitting an online cancellation to firstname.lastname@example.org
When I cancel my permit, how long does it remain valid for?
Cancellations will be processed on the last day of the calender month, regardless of the date of cancellation. For example, if a permit is cancelled on 15 October, the permit will be valid until 31 October and the charge for the whole of October will apply. We do not issue partial refunds.
I have more than one vehicle - what can I do?
You can register up to 4 vehicles on your parking permit. You can then switch between these through the online permit system by selecting "Change active vehicle" and setting it to the one you're parking on campus. You need to do this whenever you change vehicle - if you don't change your active vehicle, you may receive a Parking Charge Notice.