To park in the college car park, you must either:
- Register in advance for a free E-Permit and pay 50p daily through JustPark (you cannot apply for your free E-Permit via the JustPark app)
- Purchase a pre-paid E-Season Ticket.
You need to visit the E-Store on the following link to arrange either of the above options:- https://estore.chichester.ac.uk/product-catalogue/chichester-college-group/parking
This applies to all
students, including those on evening and weekend courses.
Students who have not yet enrolled should use their student ID – this will have been given to them when they applied for their course, while apprentices should use their birthdate in an eight-digit format (ddmmyyyy eg 01012002).
E-Permit holders can pay daily using JustPark, either through the app, on the website or by calling 07520 63 44 55, quoting the college’s JustPark location ID (this can be found on the signage in the college car park). This must be done within 30 minutes of entering the car park. Without an E-Permit, even if you pay the daily charge, you may still receive a Parking Charge Notice.
A pre-paid E-season ticket, for any number of days, includes the weekends for free weekend parking at any CCG campus.
If you park any extra days than what you have purchased on your E-season ticket, you will need to pay for the day through JustPark.
If you change vehicles at any time after originally registering, you will need to register the new vehicle. You can do so on the Parking Change of Details form.
Motorcycles do not need to be registered for an E-permit. Parking for motorcycles is free but they must be parked in allocated motorcycle bays.
Blue Badge holders
Blue badge holders will receive free parking. Blue badge holders will need to register their vehicle using the Blue Badge Holder webform and visitors must still register their vehicle with Reception.
Picking up or dropping off
There is a maximum 30 minute waiting time for vehicles at college – that applies to vehicles at the entrance to the campus, or in the car parks.
Number plates are scanned on arrival and departure, so any vehicle that is on site for longer than 30 minutes without having registered and made appropriate payment will be subject to a Parking Charge Notice.
We have found a common issue around Parking Charge Notices that relate to parents collecting students and, due to unforeseen circumstances, staying longer than 30 minutes.
If those waiting think that they are likely to exceed the 30 minute free waiting time, it is recommended that they leave the site and then re-enter. When a vehicle exits the site (even if they re-enter in the same minute) the 30 minute grace period is refreshed and effectively re-starts.
If vehicles exceed the 30 minute waiting time, they will need to email email@example.com within 48 hours.
Parking at multiple colleges
Your E-Permit/E-Season ticket will cover all college sites, however if you only have an E-permit and pay 50p daily you will need to pay at each college you visit – even if it is on the same day.
If you have an E-Season Ticket, you will not need to pay twice if you visit more than one campus on the same day.
Can I register more than one vehicle?
Yes. You can register a maximum of two vehicles but only one of the registered vehicles can be parked at any one time. If both registered vehicles listed on the same E-season ticket are on any CCG campus at the same time, a daily ticket will need to be purchased for the vehicle that arrived latest.
All visitors (apart from Commercial Customers) using the car park, including the visitors’ car park, must log their vehicle registration at main reception within 30 minutes of arrival. All deliveries and drop offs will be fine as long as they do not exceed the 30 minutes free-stay period, if this happens, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To park in the college car park, staff can either register their vehicle in advance for a free E-Permit, which will then allow them to pay 50p daily through JustPark, or alternatively they can pre-pay for the year and purchase an E-Season Ticket via the Online Store.
E-Permit holders can pay daily using JustPark, either through the app, on the website, or by calling 07520 63 44 55, quoting the college’s JustPark location ID (this can be found on the signage in the college car park). This must be done within 30 minutes of entering the car park. Without an E-Permit, even if you pay the daily charge, you may still receive a Parking Charge Notice.
A pre-paid E-season ticket, for any number of days, includes weekends for free weekend parking at any CCG campus.
Staff can access information on parking, and links to the Online Store, through the Staff Intranet.
Who manages the college car parks?
The college car parks are independently managed by UK Car Park Management (UKCPM). They are responsible for issuing Parking Charge Notices.
While the Estates Team can facilitate E-Permit/E-Season Ticket enquiries, any appeals or queries regarding Parking Charge Notices must be directed to UKCPM directly. Information can be found on the reverse of each Parking Charge Notice about the appeals procedure or via the UKCPM website: www.cpmappeals.co.uk/appeal-online.php.
All appeals must be made online at www.cpmappeals.co.uk/appeal-online.php.
Terms and conditions
Parking Terms & Conditions