Terms, Conditions, and Regulations relevant to the issuing of Parking Permits for students with an exceptional need to park on site

Terms, conditions and regulations relevant to the issuing of Kedleston Road student parking permits 

Criteria

The University has established criteria against which it may be possible to issue permits to certain students. The criteria used have been evaluated as the fairest method for issuing permits within the confines of need, space and resource.

The following criteria are in use currently, though they are subject to change in order that the University meets its objective (no hierarchical order):

To be issued with a car parking permit, a valid insurance certificate showing you as a named driver must be produced.

Loss of permit 

A permit will only be re-issued if substantial proof can be provided that the original has been lost or stolen (there may be a charge for this service). It is in the interest of permit holders therefore, to take great care of the permit. If you intend tradie or scrap your vehicle, please ensure that you retrieve the permit.

Permit expiry

The permit is valid as indicated by the expiry date.

Change of details 

It is a student’s responsibility to inform the Car Park Administration team at studentparking@derby.ac.uk of any changes in details from that submitted on the application form, especially changes that would materially alter the nature of the application, or the eligibility to continue to hold a permit. To change car details, a current Insurance certificate must be provided for your new vehicle. You must return your old permit.  A new permit will not be issued until these have been seen.

Cost - There is no cost for the Kedleston Road permits, however, pay and display charges apply and correct change may be required.

Permit ownership - The permit is issued to the applicant only and is not transferable.

Responsibilities of permit holders 

Breaches in regulations 

Permit holders are warned that breaches of these terms, conditions and regulations may result in the revoking of the permit and disciplinary action in accordance with the University’s Regulations.

Warning notices of such action will be issued in less serious instances, however, the University reserves the right to take immediate action in cases involving health and safety, fraudulent applications, or misuse of the permit and the car park.

For breeches of terms and conditions, Parking Charge Notices will be issued. Warning notification signs are posted around the car park.