University of dundee parking

By | 24th May 2017

University of dundee parking

Car parking areas

Changes to car parking – February 2017

Our new car park on Park Place (former primary school site) is now open. Access via Cross Lane, to right of Mandarin Garden restaurant. Old Hawkhill / Hunter Street and Perth Road (Tartan Cafe) are no longer University car parks.

Where to Park

Our campus map indicates the position of car parking spaces, disabled parking and bicycle racks. Any queries to Estates Department on +44(0)1382 384066.

Campus map

Visitor Parking around Dundee

Dundee City Council have a guide to visitor parking around the city centre. There is pay and display parking outside the University on Perth Road, and at the back of campus Hunter Street car park provides all day parking for £4.

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Commencement and Citation

These Regulations may be cited as University of Dundee Car Parking Regulations 2011 and shall come into operation on the First day of October Two Thousand and Eleven.

Interpretation

The following expressions in the Regulations shall have the meanings shown.

“Campus” means the University City Centre Campus and associated grounds in Dundee owned or leased by the University of Dundee, but specifically excluding Ninewells Campus.

“Charge” means any sum payable by any person leaving a motor vehicle on Campus during Charging hours.

“Charging Hours” means the hours between 8am and 5.30pm, Monday to Sunday inclusive.

“Period” means the Period or length of time for which the appropriate initial Charge has been paid and during which a person is accordingly permitted to leave a motor vehicle on Campus.

“Permit” means a valid parking permit issued in terms of Para 3 (ii) of the Regulations.

“Relevant position” means immediately behind and on the nearside of the windscreen of a motor vehicle with the obverse side of the permit facing forwards.

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Car Parking Regulations

1. (i)  The University of Dundee Car Parking Regulations shall remain in force at all times.

(ii)  No person shall park a motor vehicle on the Campus between the hours of 8 am and 5.30 pm Monday to Friday, without a permit referred to in Regulation 3 (ii).

(iii)  Permit holders are permitted to park a motor vehicle on Campus on Saturday and Sunday without payment of a Charge.

(iv) Notwithstanding the generality of Section 1 (ii) above and subject to the University Car Parking Regulations non Permit holders are permitted to park a motor vehicle on Campus on Saturday and Sunday on payment of the appropriate Charge.

(v) Motor Vehicles unlicensed in terms of the Vehicles (Excise) Act or derelict motor vehicles are not permitted to be parked on the Campus. The University reserves the right to treat such motor vehicles as abandoned and may take steps for their removal at the owner’s expense.

(vi) No one is permitted under any circumstances to camp overnight on Campus.

2. (i) Permits are issued annually at the charges shown on the Parking page.

(ii) Charges will be subject to annual or periodic revision.

(iii) A quota of permits is allocated annually and may vary according to parking availability.

(iv) Permit holders may park in any designated parking space of the University car parks within the University Campus excluding those spaces designated for “disabled drivers” or (v) below.

(v) Parking in Park Place south of the ramp between the Information & Communication Services and the Scrymgeour Buildings will be reserved for special categories (disabled, visitors).

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3. (i) Lay members of Court and other persons, not staff of the University, who voluntarily provide a significant service to the University may apply for a permit free of charge.

(ii) Permits are issued in the following categories:

(a) Annual Permit

(b) Pay as you Go Permit

(c) Visitors’ Permits

(d) Weekend Permits

(iii) Permits will be issued without charge for University-owned vehicles on application by the Head of Department/Unit concerned.

(iv) Persons attending conferences and other functions may be issued with visitors permits free of charge but the issue of such a permit will not guarantee a parking space.

4. Permits must be displayed in the relevant position and the University accepts no responsibility if a notice is affixed to a vehicle bearing a permit displayed elsewhere on the car.

5. (i)  In respect of a motor vehicle for which a Pay as you Go Permit is in force an initial Charge will be payable in respect of such a motor vehicle parked on the Campus during Charging Hours except on Saturday and Sunday.

(ii) The Charge for such a motor vehicle parked on the Campus shall be the sum specified for the appropriate initial Period specified in the Schedule.

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(iii) The Charge shall be paid by telephoning a dedicated telephone number or online and giving information in respect of the intended duration of the period of parking.

(iv) Any person who has paid a Charge shall be entitled, before the expiry of the Period in respect of which the Charge was paid, to pay one or more additional Charges in respect of additional Periods.

(v) The Period for which such a motor vehicle may be parked on the Campus shall be any one of the Periods specified in Part I of the Schedule.

6. The parking year will be from 1 October to 30 September.

7. (i) Permits may be applied for by staff and students at the Tower Reception.

(ii) A permit must be surrendered when the holders appointment in the University expires or when the student is no longer matriculated.

(iii) Acceptance of a permit is deemed to include the permit holders agreement to observe all parking regulations.

8. The issue of a permit does not convey any right to a parking space, and the University has no liability for any lack of available parking spaces.

9. Staff not based on the City Campus may obtain visitor permits from main Tower Reception for each visit to the Campus, free of Charge.  Clinical staff who wish to make more regular use of the car parks in the University than demanded by their duties may apply for a Permit for which payment will be required.

10. In the event of a change of motor vehicle within the parking year, changes must be notified to the Car Parking Administrator.  A permit bearing a registration number other than that of the motor vehicle on which it is displayed will be invalid.  Each Permit may record a maximum of two registration numbers.

11. All drivers are required to observe traffic and parking signs within the University Campus and to comply with the directions of the University Traffic Wardens.

12. On-street parking restrictions are shown by double yellow lines and associated parking signs. The lengths of roadways affected by these restrictions are shown in the Schedule.

13. Any person who :

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(i) parks a motor vehicle in a University car park between the hours of 8 am and 5.30 pm and fails to display a valid Permit

(ii) parks a motor vehicle displaying a Pay as you Go Permit on the Campus during Charging Hours and fails to pay the appropriate charge

(iii) parks a motor  vehicle displaying a Pay as you Go Permit on the Campus during Charging hours and exceeds by up to two hours the Period for which payment was made

(iv) parks a motor  vehicle displaying a Pay as you Go Permit on the Campus during Charging Hours and exceeds by more than two hours the Period for which payment was made

(v) parks a motor vehicle in an unauthorised area

(vi) parks a motor vehicle in contravention of parking restrictions

(vii) parks a motor vehicle so as to cause obstruction or inconvenience

(viii) parks a motor vehicle in a Disabled Parking Bay without displaying a valid disabled persons badge

(ix) parks a motor vehicle in University car parks outwith marked parking bays

(x) parks a motor vehicle on a foot pavement

(xi) fails to comply with a traffic sign

(xii) parks a motor vehicle on any of the lengths of roadways shown in the Schedule

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(xiii) parks a motor vehicle on a Saturday or Sunday during Charging Hours without displaying a valid University Permit and fails to pay the appropriate charge

(xiv) parks a motor vehicle on a Saturday or Sunday during Charging Hours without displaying a valid University Permit and exceeds by up to two hours the Period for which payment was made

(xv) parks a motor vehicle on a Saturday or Sunday during Charging Hours without displaying a valid University Permit and exceeds by more than two hours two hours the Period for which payment was made

– infringes these Regulations.

14. (i)  Persons who park motor vehicles on the Campus without a parking Permit or otherwise infringe these Regulations will,  subject to Regulation 14 (ii) be subject to a Charge of £30.00 on each occasion of offence.  Unpaid Charges will be pursued by internal measures, by recourse to third party collection agencies and/or by recourse to the Courts. Pursuit of monies owed to the University may include any person’s personal information being passed to third party collection agencies or to the Courts for this purpose.

(ii) Persons who infringe Regulation 13 (iii) and Regulation 13 (xiv) will be subject to a Charge of £15.00 on each occasion of offence.

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(iii) Persons who infringe Regulation 13 (iv) will be subject to a Charge of £30.00 on each occasion of offence.

15. In cases of persistent failure to comply with the Regulations or with the directions of the Traffic Wardens the University Court may declare a permit invalid for a period or withdraw it altogether.

16. The University will only be liable for loss of or damage to any vehicle or its contents while parked on University ground if the loss of damage has been caused by the negligence of the University and the vehicle is displaying a valid permit. The liability of the University in such circumstances shall not exceed the market value of the vehicle in the case of its total loss or 500.00 (Five Hundred Pounds) in the case of any other loss.

17.  The driver of a motor vehicle shall be deemed to be responsible for any offences committed in respect of that motor vehicle.

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EXPLANATORY NOTE

This note is not part of the Regulations.  These Regulations, which may be cited as the University of Dundee Parking Regulations, 2011, make the Regulations enforceable 24 hours a day but the core Charging Period remains 8 am to 5.30 p.m.  The Regulations make it lawful for members of the public to park on the Campus on Saturdays and Sundays without displaying a parking Permit but they will require to pay the appropriate charge.

AUGUST 2011

Lengths of roadway where parking is prohibited

  • Balfour Street on its east side from its southern extremity northwards for a distance of 20 metres or thereby.
  • Balfour Street on its west side throughout its entire length.
  • Cross Row on both sides throughout its entire length.
  • Dow Street on its south side from its junction with Mount Pleasant westwards for a distance of 48 metres or thereby.
  • Dow Street on its south side from its junction with Millers Wynd eastwards for a distance of 38 metres or thereby.
  • Millers Wynd on its east side from its junction with Hawkhill to its junction with Dow Street.
  • Mount Pleasant on both sides from its junction with Old Hawkhill to its junction with Dow Street.
  • Old Hawkhill on its south side from its junction with Park Wynd westwards for a distance of 270 metres or thereby.
  • Old Hawkhill on its north side from its junction with Hunter Street westwards for a distance of 200 metres or thereby.
  • Park Place on its west side from its junction with Nethergate northwards for a distance of 149 metres or thereby.
  • Park Place on its east side from its junction with Nethergate northwards for a distance of 50 metres or thereby.
  • Park Wynd on its west side throughout its entire length.
  • Perimeter Road of the Wellcome Trust Building car park on its west and south sides from its junction with Old Hawkhill southwards for a distance of 48 metres or thereby and eastwards for a distance of 50 metres or thereby.
  • Service Road to the rear of the dwelling houses at 7-13 Dow Street on both sides from its junction with Dow Street southwards to its southern extremity.
  • Service Road at the south side of the Forensic Science building on both sides from its junction with Smalls Wynd westwards for a distance of 30 metres or thereby.
  • Service Road to the rear of the Dental Hospital on both sides from its junction with Smalls Lane southwards to its southern extremity.

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  • Smalls Lane on its north side throughout its entire length.
  • Smalls Wynd on its east side throughout its entire length.
  • Smalls Wynd on its west side from its junction with Perth Road northwards for a distance of 144 metres or thereby.
  • Smalls Wynd on its west side from its junction with Old Hawkhill southwards for a distance of 19 metres or thereby.
  • Smalls Wynd on its west side from its junction with Cross Row southwards for a distance of 37 metres or thereby.
  • Smalls Wynd on its west side from its junction with Cross Row northwards for a distance of 53 metres or thereby.
  • Tower Drive on both sides from its junction with Perth Road eastwards for a distance of 44 metres or thereby.
  • Tower Drive on both sides from its junction with Nethergate northwards and westwards for a distance of 64 metres or thereby.
  • Entrance Road to Millers Wynd Car Park on both sides from its junction with Millers Wynd to the car park.

Enquiries regarding parking should be addressed to :

 

The Parking Administrator

University of Dundee

The Tower Building

Dundee

DD1 4HN

Telephone 01382 384710