Updated on 23 April 2021
Car parking on City campus between 08:00 - 17:30 Monday to Friday is limited to permit holders
Staff can apply for a parking permit to park on a University of Dundee managed car park Monday to Friday.
Prices are valid from 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2022.
Permits are limited in number. An application for a permit is not a guarantee you will receive one.
Standard parking permit
A standard permit is £350 per year for unlimited parking on City Campus. You can pay in a single payment, or over 10 months by standing order.
If you have purchased an annual permit and require a refund please email email@example.com
Pay As You Go permit
For less frequent parking, you can use a Pay As You Go permit.
£30 for initial permit, plus PAYG charges when using the car parks between 08:00-midnight Monday to Sunday.
Pay As You Go parking charges
You have to pay to park between 08:00-midnight Monday to Sunday.
Up to 4 hours - £2.40
Full day - £3.50
The charging period now lasts until midnight, and PAYG permit holders no longer receive free weekend parking. You need to pay to park during all charging periods.
Staff, students, or visitors with a local authority issued Blue Badge may park for free, without a permit, in designated accessible parking bays only.
Blue Badge holders may not park outwith designated accessible spaces, or on single or double yellow lines. Parking in a standard bay, or on single of double yellow lines will result in a Parking Charge Notice being issued. Parking in a standard parking bay requires a Standard or PAYG permit, even with a Blue Badge.
Green Badge scheme
Staff or students may be eligible for a temporary Green Badge by Occupational Health or Disability Services respectively.
Other staff permits
Other permits are available
- Motorcycle permit - one off payment for for motorcycle users who only use designated motorcycle bays. Use of any other type of parking requires a Standard or PAYG permit.
Parking between 08:00 and 17:30 Monday-Friday is limited to staff only.
Students can pay to park on City Campus outwith these times by paying the Pay As You Go charges using RingGo.
Fees for non-permit holders are applicable Monday to Friday from 17:30 to 00:00 and Saturday and Sunday from 08:00 to 00:00.
Up to 4 hours - £2.40
Full day - £3.50
Pay to park via mobile phone
Student Blue Badge / Green Badge holders
Students with a local authority issued Blue Badge may park for free, without a permit, in designated accessible parking bays only. Parking in a standard bay, or on single of double yellow lines will result in a Parking Charge Notice being issued.
Students with a temporary need for accessible parking should speak to Disability Services who may be able to issue a temporary Green Badge for use on City Campus subject to the same rules as Blue Badge holders.
Parking at Seabraes / West Park residences
A limited number of permits are available from Sanctuary Students. These cost £25 and are first come first serve.
Visitors to City Campus
All access for visitors to campus is currently suspended unless approved by the Silver Operations Covid Group. Please contact Rose Jenkins and Dr Nick Helps if you require assistance.
Members of the public are not allowed to park on campus between the hours of 08:00 and 17:30 Monday to Friday.
Outwith these times, they can park on city campus by paying an appropriate fee via the RingGo app. Fees for non-permit holders are applicable Monday to Friday from 17:30 to 00:00 and Saturday and Sunday from 08:00 to 00:00.
Car Parking for students and visitors to Ninewells Hospital is administered by Indigo Parking on behalf of NHS Scotland. There is a free car park some distance from the main entrance. Permits are available to staff on the payment of an annual fee - ask your department for further information.
There are two car parking areas at the Kirkcaldy Campus. Enter the main car park via Forth Avenue and the second via Whyte Melville Road. There are over 150 parking spaces available to students and staff at no charge.
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