22/23 Accessible Parking Booking Form
As supporters will be aware, extensive work is taking place at Home Park over the summer to improve the facilities and services we can offer. One key area of focus is parking, with substantial works taking place to redevelop the club car park and Higher Home Park area.
As a result, there will be increased opportunities for supporters with disabilities or access needs to apply for an allocated parking space for the 2022/23 season.
We are delighted to announce that applications are now open to those with valid Season Tickets for the 2022/23 season.
To ensure these limited spaces are allocated as fairly as possible, all applications will be reviewed by a panel of club senior management, against a series of criteria agreed following consultations with PADSA (Plymouth Argyle Disabled Supporters Association). These criteria will ensure that spaces are allocated consistently and that those with the highest levels of access needs receive the highest priority.
Supporters interested in applying can do so by completing the survey here. Please note there will be a charge for this service.
We anticipate demand to greatly outweigh availability for the limited number of spaces available. We are committed to enhancing the match day experience in all its aspects, and so strive to seek alternatives for those who are unsuccessful in their parking application.
The club is currently in discussions with a local access company, with a view to offering a dedicated and bespoke door-to-door transport service to and from Home Park on match days. In line with the club’s values and environmental ambitions, providing a viable alternative to driving in this way will help to alleviate the demand on match day parking, as well as helping our planet.
With this in mind, we ask all supporters who submit a parking application to also complete our travel survey here. The findings and data provided will prove invaluable to informing how a future scheme may run, whether there is the demand and ultimately, whether it would be feasible.
Those who complete this survey and register their interest in the service will be given first priority for seats at launch, so we highly recommend completing this, as it can provide supporters with a viable travel alternative in the event their parking application is unsuccessful.
Accessible parking applications and travel surveys must be submitted no later than 5pm, Friday 17 June.
If you require a paper version of the accessible parking application survey, please contact us on 01752 562561.
You can find the online accessible parking application survey here.
The travel survey can be found here.