Sheffield Hallam University Parking

Latest Sheffield Hallam University parking reviews
  • Parking on Eyre Street, S1

    Location very easy to find. Plenty of parking spaces. Had to park on 8th level as lower levels rented out to various companies. Used help key at barrier to validate token on leaving site. No problems experienced.

    Philip
  • Parking on Eyre Street, S1

    One of the best place to park,.

    Mohammad zeeshan
  • Parking on Young Street, S1

    Found a space easily, had to wait a while for someone to buzz me back in when leaving but would definitely use again.

    Lesley
  • Parking on Eyre Street, S1

    Was excellent service, saved money. There are no staff on site, but button to press and give code..definitely recommend.

    Jo
  • Parking on Eyre Street, S1

    Easy enough to find. Location perfect, secure and safe car park. Good price for location. However, instructions not clear on how to validate chip. Nevertheless, asked a member of staff and it was a quick and easy process. Just had to quote the reference number on exit and barriers were released. Highly recommend.

    Zainab
  • Parking on Castle Croft Drive, S2

    Excellent location for train station, and a safe area with no issues. Recommended if using train station.

    Richard
  • Parking on Eyre Street, S1

    Reservation made 1 day in advance. Parking location in Sheffield city centre. Everywhere is very close. Cheap. I highly recommend.

    Norbert
  • Parking on Eyre Street, S1

    Due to Kings Cross railway station being closed, I had to travel South to pick up a train in Sheffield that would take me to St Pancras. I don't know Sheffield that well, but decided on parking at Eyre Street, due to the 6 minute walk to the station, after sitting with a face mask on for 2 hours the stroll was a pleasure and also the cost to park there. Even though there are roadworks nearby, I still found the entrance with relative ease, the picture I received proved helpful. I received confirmation immediately upon booking. I went to the office to authenticate my token upon arrival, but no one was in, afterwards I went to the exit bollards and it requested payment. I called the attendant on the buzzer and he allowed me to exit without any additional payment. It is therefore essential that you authenticate your token upon arrival, something I will do next time. I would definitely stay at Eyre Street again, if I was travelling into Sheffield.

    Mal