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For some journeys, travelling by car is the only option.

You can still reduce your fuel consumption, costs and emissions if you consider car sharing, greener driving techniques or car clubs.

Car Share

Plus Icon How can I find someone to car share with?

Car-sharing is when two or more people share a car and travel together.

It allows individuals to benefit from the convenience of the car, whilst reducing travel costs, congestion and pollution.

To find a car sharing partner, register here as a Leeds Beckett Student with liftshare.com.

You don’t need to have a car to register, you can also request lifts.

You can register any type of journey, whether it is a regular trip to the University or the occasional trip home.

Register today, there might be someone going your way!

Car Club

Plus Icon What is Enterprise Car Club?

Enterprise Car Club provides pay-as-you-go hire cars close to our City and Headingley campuses and other locations across Leeds.

You can hire for as little as 30 minutes, an hour, a day, or as long as you need. Members can book the cars online or by phone any time of the day or night, and access them with your very own smart-enabled membership card.

Plus Icon How do I book an Enterprise Club Car

Annual membership for Leeds Beckett students is just £30 using offer code LMU300.

If you occasionally need to use a car, but don’t want the hassle and costs of owning one, join Enterprise Car Club.

Car Parking

Car parking for students on campus is limited as we encourage all of our students to leave the car at home wherever possible and consider more sustainable, healthy and active ways to travel.

Plus Icon Can students apply for a car park permit to park on campus?

Students who hold a Council Blue Badge are eligible for a free University car park permit. Students with other exceptional circumstances (health / severe mobility problems) may be eligible to apply and pay for a car park permit.

Please register with our Disability Advice Team to apply. No other student car park permits are issued.

There is limited public car parking available at both campuses.

Plus Icon Where can I park at City Campus?

There is no student parking available on City Campus apart from Blue Badge and university permit holders.

Pay Parking is available at the Rose Bowl, which is open Monday to Sunday 06.00 to 01.30 

Before 3.00 pm

  • 0 - 1 hours - £1.90
  • 1 - 2 hours - £3.40
  • 2 - 3 hours - £4.90
  • 3 - 4 hours - £6.10
  • 4 - 5 hours - £6.90
  • 5 - 6 hours - £7.50
  • 6+ hours - £16.00
  • Lost Ticket - £25.00
  • Overnight stay - £25.00

After 3.00 pm and up to 1.30 am

Monday to Friday

  • 0 - 1 hours - £1.70
  • 1 - 3 hours - £3.50
  • 3+  hours - £6.00

Weekend Tariff Cost

Saturday 6.00 am to Sunday 01.30 am and Sunday 6.00 am to Monday 1.30 am

  • 0 - 1  - £1.50
    1 - 3 hours - £3.00
    3+ hours up to 1.30 am (Car Park Closes) - £5.00

The best postcode to use for planning a journey to the Rose Bowl car park is:

  • Rose Bowl car park LS1 3HB

For other car parks in Leeds city centre please see Leeds City Council’s website.

Plus Icon Where can I park at Headingley Campus?

A Pay and Display car park is available at Headingley Campus, accessed from Churchwood Avenue. Parking in this area is charged at 80p per hour between 7.30 - 16.00 Monday to Friday and is free outside of these hours.

A barrier system is in operation at all times to other parking at Headingley Campus, which is allocated to Permit holders and booked-in visitors and contractors.

Please note there is limited space at the Pay and Display car park so spaces are not guaranteed and many of the surrounding streets require a resident permit to park.

This page was last modified: 30/07/2019

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