Upcoming changes to parking on Lordship Lane

As we continue to develop our University estate for our vibrant and growing University community, please be aware of upcoming changes to on-street parking on Lordship Lane.

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on-street parking on Lordship Lane

As we continue to develop our University estate for our vibrant and growing University community, please be aware of upcoming changes to on-street parking on Lordship Lane.

From Monday 27 May 2024, Lordship Lane by Staffordshire University Woodlands Day Nursery and Forest School and Clarice Cliff Court, will become a double-yellow line zone. This means that vehicles will no longer be able to park along either side of the road at any time of the day and could receive a penalty charge notice in contravention of the new the traffic regulation order.

Alongside improving visibility when entering and exiting the Woodlands Day Nursery and Forest School car park, this development will ensure that works associated with the upcoming Student Village project, which includes plant vehicles entering and exiting site, can be carried out safely. Once work commences over the summer, a banksman will be on site to coordinate the safe entry and exit of contractor vehicles. 

Accessible parking bays will remain available for students staying in Clarice Cliff Halls of Residence until their accommodation licensing agreement ends in June 2024. Parking will continue to remain available as normal on the University’s Leek Road and College Road sites with permits in operation. For full details on parking and obtaining a permit please visit the University parking webpages.

Staff, Students and parents/guardians with children attending the Woodlands Day Nursery and Forest School will continue to be able to use the Nursery parking and drop off area as normal until further notice. From June 2024 there will be changes to parking at the Nursery to facilitate the internal refurbishment of Clarice Cliff Halls of Residence. Full details will be shared with all parents/guardians in due course.

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