Case Number 8523
Request Date 04/04/2022
Completion Date 27/05/2022

 

Details of the Request

1) Are PAID staff charged for parking at work/placement? Please include PAYG and salary sacrifice schemes.

2) Are UNPAID students and volunteers charged for parking at work/placement? Please include PAYG and salary sacrifice schemes.

3) Are parking facilities for Staff managed by the Trust, or by a private/external company?

4) Where parking for Staff is EXTERNALLY managed, does the Trust pay anything to a management company to provide the service? If so, how much, and what does this cover?

5) Does the Trust receive any income/revenue from Staff parking facilities? If so, does the Trust make an overall profit on Staff parking?

5a) If the Trust does make a profit on Staff parking, what is this profit used for?

 

Details of the Response

1) Are PAID staff charged for parking at work / placement?

An annual permit fee of £20 provides access to park on site but there are no daily parking charges for PAID staff.

 

2) Are UNPAID students and volunteers charged for parking at work / placement?

An annual permit fee of £20 provides access to park on site but there are no daily parking charges for UNPAID staff.

 

3) Are parking facilities for Staff managed by the Trust, or by a private / external company?

Trust

 

4) Where parking for Staff is EXTERNALLY managed, does the Trust pay anything to a management company to provide the service? If so, how much, and what does this cover?

N/A

 

5) Does the Trust receive any income / revenue from Staff parking facilities? If so, does the Trust make an overall profit on Staff parking?

Yes - see following table

Parking income figures for 2021 / 2022: Income
Income from car parking - staff £90,473.65

 

Parking income figures for 2020 / 2021 Income
Income from car parking - staff £111,040

 

5a) If the Trust does make a profit on Staff parking, what is this profit used for?

Any car park income is intended to try to offset the costs of operating car parking, staff transport, roadway maintenance and land overheads, and to encourage and fund the green travel plan associated with planning permission and the sustainable agenda.

 

 

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