Electric charging point in use

Electric Vehicles

Dedicated pay-as-you-go charging points on campus, save money on those expensive petrol and diesel bills and reduce your tailpipe emissions to zero. These are just some of the benefits of travelling by electric vehicle.

Cheaper parking permit for electric vehicles

A discounted annual Plug-in Electric Vehicle Parking Permit for 2023-24 priced at £160 is available for plug-in electric vehicles. You then pay for what you use at the charging points each time at a flat rate of 34p/kWh. Other parking permits are also valid at the charging points. 

Charging points across campus

  • Furness Avenue: 19 spaces
  • Visitor Car Park F outside InfoLab21: 2 spaces
  • Visitor Car Park E: 4 spaces
  • Visitor Car Park I - Farrer Avenue: 1 space
  • Health Innovation Campus: 10 spaces
  • Gillow Avenue: 1 space
  • Visitor Car Park C - John Creed Avenue: 12 spaces

The usual parking permit and visitor parking rules apply. Drivers must use the AMP-EV app to access a charging point. Users are then billed for the amount of electricity used.

Charging Points - Instructions for Use

Learn how to access and use the electric vehicle charging points.

Charging Points Instructions for Use

Questions on Electric Vehicle Charging


Campus Map

Download a map of campus to find all the electric charging points available.

Campus Map

Make your salary go a lot further

Staff can benefit from the Low Emissions Car Scheme via Flexible Benefits. This great employee benefit allows you to offset some of your salary before it’s taxed in exchange for a brand new low emission car complete with insurance, vehicle tax, breakdown cover, tyres and servicing.

Flexible Benefits