The College has an approved Vehicle Access and Car Parking Procedure.
Wiltshire College reserves the right to withdraw Car Parking Permits and ban persons from bringing vehicles onto Wiltshire College sites.
A person / vehicle in violation of the procedures below will be dealt with in accordance with the approved Vehicle Access and Car Parking Procedure.
Vehicle Access Speed. The speed limit on all Wiltshire College sites is 10 MPH.
Highway Code. All drivers must comply with the Highway Code, including adhering to traffic and instructional signage e.g. speed limits, yellow lines, hatched areas and give way signs.
Driver and Vehicle Regulation. All vehicles accessing Wiltshire College sites must be insured, MOT’d and taxed in accordance with the requirements of the Highways Act 1980. Drivers must hold and be driving in accordance with an appropriate licence for their vehicle.
Display and Use of Permits
Some car parks are designated for student or staff use and signed accordingly – car park users must comply with these signs and display an appropriate permit in order to park there.
All student and staff cars parked on site should carry a Wiltshire College parking permit and be parked in accordance with the guidelines in the Vehicle Access and Car Parking Procedure.
Motorcycles and bicycles are to be parked in specifically designated areas and not in car parking bays.
All vehicles are parked at your own risk and the College will take no responsibility for any damage to vehicles while parked on site however caused.
Visitor Parking and Reservation
A limited number of spaces are reserved and marked for external visitors only – these must not be used by Wiltshire College staff or students (note that staff or students visiting other College sites are not deemed to be visitors). Visitors’ parking spaces are bookable via reception at all major sites.
Disabled Car Parking
Provision has been made for disabled persons by means of suitably marked accessible bays. These bays are for the use of disabled persons only: a person is considered disabled if they are registered with a local authority and are displaying a current disabled persons parking badge.