The Rose Bowl located at Leeds Beckett University, Portland Way, Leeds LS1 3HB, UK

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Freddie Nixon

1 Google Rating

where is my flex tape spray

1/ 5

where is my flex tape spray

Matt Beaumont

5 Google Rating

Lots of student computers to use and a cafe on the ground

5/ 5

Lots of student computers to use and a cafe on the ground

Tony Cromby

1 Google Rating

1/ 5

Hishamodien Hoosain

3 Google Rating

3/ 5

Mark Addy

5 Google Rating

Rose bowl car park, open area good parking cheap after 15.00, anpr operated car park, so when you

5/ 5

Rose bowl car park, open area good parking cheap after 15.00, anpr operated car park, so when you drive onto car park if you are on 10 mins (about) you then get charged parked or not, gets abused by students by not paying then get fines.. Its open to public not just student parking.. also under ground car park good, pay when you return again for everyone not just students, both car parks are cashless pay by contact less or app, app only for top open car park not underground.. ( you won't get fines if you abide by rules..I never have)... Happy parking..

Koko M

1 Google Rating

Not even worth one star. As a student here for the past 4 years I have always parked here with no pr

1/ 5

Not even worth one star. As a student here for the past 4 years I have always parked here with no problems, until the past year when ParkingEye took over. The car park itself is already almost full with cars and barely any places to park because other non-users of this University abuse it. On top of that I got wrongly fined twice, and was resolved on their end as a mistake. Later got fined twice again but only due to waiting ten minutes just to find a parking space and circling around the car park, after losing the appeal for not paying for the ten minutes I spent despite me paying £6.00 for 3+ hours after 3:00pm. Absolutely horrendous and immoral system run by thieves and legal scammers. Sad to say this is what my University chose as their parking operator. Students already struggle with money as it is, its sad. Never parking here again. Ashamed and disgusted to say the least. If you are not a student here and you continue to park regardless, putting other students like myself at risk of waiting anxiously and consequently receiving a fine, it is because of people like you the University has put in this horrible practice, to deter non users and abuse of this car park. But the University itself is failing to see who it is they are actually deterring.

Bryan Rynat

1 Google Rating

Manager from the store too disgusting!!

1/ 5

Manager from the store too disgusting!!

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