Parking enforcement on Yeovil College Campus
Frequently Asked Questions
Please note that parking enforcement is carried out by a third party – TPS. They manage the parking on site, with an attendant patrolling all areas, both on campus and at the council Rec off Pickett Lane. TPS are responsible for and are authorised by the DVLA to issue a Parking Charge Notice (PCN) (parking ticket) to anyone not following the terms and conditions as described on the various signs in the college car parks.
Who must pay
Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm during term time. Do not pay if you arrive after 4pm as we will not be able to reimburse you.
Staff, students, visitors and customers.
Governors, contractors carrying out works, Staff in possession of a Blue Badge.
No – charges do not apply after 4pm.
When you arrange their visit, make sure you tell them they will have to pay to park when they arrive as well as register their car at Reception or one of the other college outlets, even if you have reserved them a visitor space. You should always inform Reception if you are expecting a visitor. Reception will then ensure they register to park on site that day when they sign in.
Yes they can park anywhere on site and register their vehicle for the day in the following places: Nexus, Da Vinci, Sports Hall, Reception. If they fail to register their vehicle, they will receive a PCN.
No – providing it is parked in the designated motorcycle parking area in Ashdown Car park. If a motorcycle is parked outside of this area, and in a parking bay, you must pay the charge. You must still register your vehicle.
All contractors must report to Facilities, so please inform Facilities of your intentions and they should.
If you are a student or visitor to the site then yes, you must pay, but if you display an official Blue Badge you may use the Disabled Parking Bays.
Yes, all visitors must pay to park.
College Governors are volunteers who are reimbursed for their expenses – to charge them would merely create unnecessary internal paperwork.
Change of vehicle
If you change your car you must inform Reception or Facilities before you arrive, or as soon as possible on the day in order to have your new registration validated. If your car is not registered, you will receive a PCN.
If you use more than 1 car you must inform Facilities or Reception as soon as possible.
You can register your car each day in Reception.
How to pay
By putting a £1 coin in the machine and getting a ticket to display in your window.
By contactless card payment at the machine and getting a ticket to display in your window (only available in Hollands and Kingston carparks).
On line at www.RingGo.co.uk (additional charge of 15p per transaction).
By using the RingGo app (additional charge of 15p per transaction).
The location number for Yeovil College is 24743.
£1, 50p, 20p, 10p, 5p.
No, at the moment you can only pay for one working week at a time.
No, all monies are handled by TPS, not the college.
If you’ve used any of the RingGo facilities, there is a usage charge of 15p. There are further charges of 15p if you have requested an update SMS to remind you that your parking is approaching expiry. If you do not wish to incur these charges, you must untick the boxes for SMS notifications in your Account settings.
Parking Charge Notice (PCN)
TPS enforce the parking notices and have a clear and fair process for appeals which will be shown on your ticket. The college do not manage this process.
If you believe you have registered your car, you should go to Reception or Facilities to check that the registration number held by the college is correct. The college may be able to support your appeal to TPS if we believe the details have been entered incorrectly.