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Estates & Facilities

Car Parking

You must have, and display, a valid permit OR pay by phone OR pay & display a ticket on arrival when parking on the University of Salford Campus car parks. Motor vehicles [including motor cycles, motor scooters and mopeds] may be parked at the University only in the official car parks and then only in the spaces marked out for parking.

Pay by Phone

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PayByPhone is the most convenient way to pay for parking. It’s easy, either use the app, do it online or call 0161 880 0100. Please have the car park location code ready which is available on the signage in each car park.

The day rates allow customers to pay £1.20 for 2 hours, £2.40 for 3 hours and £4 for a whole day (9.00am-6.00pm).

Alternatively, you can park on Farmer Norton car park for £2 all day or at the David Lewis (Wallness Lane) car park for two hours for free if you’re using the Sports Centre, providing you register with Sports Centre reception staff when you arrive.

Paybyphone Location Codes for daily and monthly parking:

Main campus including Frederick Road: 59323. (For a monthly parking permit use: 59331)

Farmer Norton/Adelphi House: 59322. (For monthly parking permit use: 59332)

Disabled staff and students who are blue badge holders and require the use of a motor vehicle to enable them to travel to and from the University are exempted from any fee. you must display your blue badge clearly on your vehicle. 

List of all car parks and payment options

To locate all car parks please see the Campus Map.

Car Parking Policy.

Any queries regarding registration or vehicle parking on University property should be referred to Security Services:

E-mail: Estates-SupportTeam@salford.ac.uk.

Car Parking annual sessions

Annual parking sessions will be available to purchase from 10 September 2017. Annual parking sessions must be purchased online. Please ensure your registration details are entered correctly. Failure to adhere to this instruction is likely to result in the issue of a Parking Charge Notice (PCN).

Buy car park annual session

Students have the option to purchase an annual session from the online shop or to register with PayByPhone for daily or monthly parking. Pay and Display machines are also available on Allerton, Mary Seacole and Irwell Place car parks. The charges for parking are reviewed annually.

Disabled students who are blue badge holders and require the use of a motor vehicle to enable them to travel to and from the University are exempted from any fee. You must display your blue badge clearly on your vehicle.

Motor vehicles [including motor cycles, motor scooters and mopeds] may be parked at the University only in the official car parks and then only in the spaces marked out for parking.

Staff have the option to purchase an annual session from the online shop or to pay debit from salary if eligible. Staff can also register with PayByPhone for daily or monthly parking. Pay and Display machines are also available on Allerton, Mary Seacole and Irwell Place car parks. The charges for parking are reviewed annually.

Disabled staff who are blue badge holders and require the use of a motor vehicle to enable them to travel to and from the University are exempted from any fee. You must display your blue badge clearly on your vehicle.

Motor vehicles [including motor cycles, motor scooters and mopeds] may be parked at the University only in the official car parks and then only in the spaces marked out for parking.

VIP Visitors

All VIP Visitors' car registrations and parking requirements MUST be PRE-REGISTERED via the School/Departmental Office to avoid any visitor charges.

General

Visitors should be encouraged to travel to the University by public transport. Full information can be provided here.

All visitors (other than those above) must pay for parking using Pay-by-phone or Pay & Display and only in the car parks where this is available as detailed below:

List of Car Parks

Campus Map and directions

Pay-by-phone information

Car Sharing

Did you know that 83% of cars on the road in Greater Manchester in the morning peak have only 1 occupant?        

Car sharing aims to make better use of these empty seats, allowing people to benefit from the convenience of a car while helping to reduce the associated problems of congestion and pollution.Could you offer a colleague or fellow student a lift, maybe just once a week? Or could you and a colleague/ fellow student who   both drive, share the driving and travel in the same car? If so, you could halve your fuel and parking costs as well as reducing the wear and tear on your vehicle.        

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