Alternative off-site parking - Student parking at Derby 2016/17 - University of Derby

Alternatives to Parking On Site

Alternative Car Park Options

If you wish to drive to the University but do not want a Student Parking Permit here are some local parking alternatives to consider:

***IMPORTANT INFORMATION***

We are being advised that from Monday 26th September 2016 parking on Maxwell Avenue will be resident permit ONLY and double yellow lines. This is being introduced by Derby City Council.  Parking in this area without the required residents permit  is likely to incur a fixed penalty notice.

Markeaton Park public pay and display car park (A38/A52 junction) charges are:

  • Up to 2 hours £1.70
  • Up to 4 hours £3.00
  • Over 4 hours £4.00
  • Blue Badge Holders can park for free
  • You can still use the free shuttle bus if you park here (Unibus 4)

Broadway and Mackworth Road

These are pay and display with charges that apply Monday-Friday, 8am - 6pm as per below:

  • Up to 1 hour £1.30
  • Up to 4 hours £2.30
  • Over 4 hours £4.00
  • Blue Badge holders and Solo motorcyclists can park for free.

Brook Street Car Park (For One Friargate Square)

 

Please be aware that most streets close to the University of Derby are subject to parking controls. Please familiarise yourself with the area before you park your car.

Information on where street parking is permitted, in Derby, with prices and season ticket availability.

JustPark

JustPark.com is the UK's leading parking website with over 150,000 parking spaces available to reserve online. They find their users the best value parking, including parking spaces on people's driveways, in hotels and at private car parks.

Parkopedia

Information about all parking facilities in the Derby area

 

Derby Parking - Guaranteed spaces wherever you need to park.

If you decide to bring your car and park off site, please ensure that you park legally and considerately and are aware of any parking restrictions.

  • Don't park on junctions.
  • Don't block driveways or dropped kerbs.
  • Don't park in areas where there's limited space available for residents.

We thank you in advance for your help and consideration. How you park your car can impact people's attitude and perception of students and the University.

Last updated 27 August 2014