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Hi, I’ve finally decided Royal Holloway will definitely be my firm choice! So please help a gal out with this problem.

It’s totally necessary that I bring my car to university as I won’t have a family home to go back to/any family support and require this car to get around for independence/work/moving my stuff around.

I’m wondering if there are many spaces for street parking near the self-catered accommodations? Kingswood is the only accommodation that allows parking on site but I definitely can’t do catered halls. So how difficult will it be to find random parking around the area?

Thanks!
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(Original post by ZoehLawliet)
Hi, I’ve finally decided Royal Holloway will definitely be my firm choice! So please help a gal out with this problem.

It’s totally necessary that I bring my car to university as I won’t have a family home to go back to/any family support and require this car to get around for independence/work/moving my stuff around.

I’m wondering if there are many spaces for street parking near the self-catered accommodations? Kingswood is the only accommodation that allows parking on site but I definitely can’t do catered halls. So how difficult will it be to find random parking around the area?

Thanks!
Hi ZoehLawliet,

Congratulations on your firm choice!

As you mentioned, Kingswood is the only on-campus accommodation option that has parking. I would recommend getting in touch with our securtiy team who issue out parking permits as they'll be able to best advise you on this. You can email them at [email protected].

If you have any other questions, please just let me know.

Susana
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Students just leave their cars in Harvest Road and surrounding areas. Sometime residents of Englefield Green can get angry with students but if you pay tax on your car and don't park illegally you can park where you like.
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I would definitely recommend getting a parking permit, but I have found that parking is a nightmare on campus, especially on busy days. Sometimes it's easier to park in Englefield Green and walk across.
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