It’s that time of the year again… new students will be arriving for the new academic year on Tuesday 26th, Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th September. To assist with their arrival into halls various car parks will be open only to arriving students on these days, including the Library car park on the following days:
- On Wednesday 26th September half of the Library car park will be closed.
- On Thursday 27th September the entire Library car park will be closed.
Security recommend that visitors use the multi-storey car park next to the Engineering School, which is only a five minute walk to the Library.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
The University will be holding Open Days on Friday 22nd September and Saturday 23rd September. Visitors, students and staff should be aware that campus, and in particular the Library, will likely be extremely busy on both days.
The Library will, as usual, be hosting several displays and stands by other support services within the University on both days, and they will be taking up temporary residence this week on Level 3. As such, from Wednesday 20th, certain study areas on this level will be unavailable during this time.
The 2017 School Games are being held on campus next week, from Thursday 31st August to Sunday 3rd September inclusive. Visitors should be aware that in order to allow for set up, operation and de-rig of the School Games, some car parks and roads across campus will be fully or partially closed. There are also likely to be increased noise levels on campus at certain times and in particular areas.
Specific to Library visitors, the Library Car Park will be partially closed to visitors from Tuesday 29th August to Sunday 3rd September, and Car park 3 (opposite the Library, to the rear of Burleigh Court) will be partially closed from Monday 28th August – Sunday 3rd September.
On Thursday 31st August between 4pm-10pm, University Road from the Security Junction to the bottom of Manzoni Hill will be closed for the Opening Ceremony.
Further information about the event can be found on the link below:
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.
LexisNexis will be performing some necessary maintenance to their database infrastructure on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th of August 2017. This means that between 05:00 (BST) on Saturday 26th August and 19:00 on Sunday 27th of August, users may experience difficulty accessing their LexisNexis service.
LexisNexis apologise for any inconvenience in advance of this planned maintenance.
On Monday 10th July work will commence on improving the traffic flow on the University Road outside the Library. Constructors will be making a new passing place for traffic as well as widening the existing bus stop.
The road will remain open while this work is carried out, but traffic management will be in use at times.
University Facilities Management apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Throughout July work will be proceeding on repairing and improving the air conditioning system in the Library. This work will be mostly taking place in the Library’s engineering plant room, but it is likely to involve some noise and disruption and there may be days when the air conditioning system to Levels 2 and 3 will need to be switched off for a time.
We will keep you up to date with any progress, and apologise for any inconvenience caused (particularly in this heat!).
On Monday 3rd July work will commence on relocating the printer/copier area in the middle of Level 3. This will involve the removal of the printers and the knocking down of the screening walls surrounding their location.
During this work a significant proportion of Level 3 will be unavailable to visitors, though access will still be open to the PC Clinic, the Seminar Rooms and Training Room 1. The printers from this area will also be unavailable for use during this time – if you need to print, photocopy or scan documents, alternative machines are still available on Levels 1.2 and 4.
This work will involve some noise and disruption. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
The University will be holding Open Days on Friday 30th June and Saturday 1st July. Visitors, students and staff should be aware that campus, and in particular the Library, will likely be extremely busy on both days.
As usual the Library will be hosting several displays and stands by other support services within the University on both days, and they will be taking up temporary residence this week on Level 3. As such, certain study areas on this level will be unavailable during this time and will be cordoned off from public use.