Parking Management & Travel Planning Award
This Award recognises a School or University which takes a pro-active approach to the management of vehicles in and around its grounds.
University of Leeds
With 8,000 staff and 33,000 students, the University of Leeds has introduced a number of car parking management systems to address demand for parking on campus, including a needs based permit application process, automatic number plate recognition cameras, paystations and back office systems to help manage the complex needs of the organisation. The University also decided to process enforcement notices in-house which involves dealing with the DVLA and debt recovery firms. In order to encourage the growth in electric vehicles, the University offers free electricity charging and has expanded the number of charging points
University of York
University of Nottingham
University of Birmingham
Farnham Common Infant School
The school’s large on-site car park makes it easy for families to drop children at school and poster campaigns have promoted safety. Since 2012 the school has been encouraging families to leave their cars at home for the school journey, and has succeeded in reducing car use for the whole school journey from almost 68 per cent in 2012 to over 36 per cent in 2016.
University of Bradford
Cheadle Hulmes School, Cheshire
Chichester Free School, West Sussex
Caistor Church of England and Methodist Primary School