Regent’s University London recognises that those with a disability are an integral part of the university community and acknowledge the need to comply with legislative requirements under the Equality Act (2010).
Regent’s has two campuses in the heart of Central London: Regent’s Park Campus and Marylebone Campus. Both campuses have presented accessibility challenges, given the age and location of buildings. However, we have successfully overcome most physical obstacles and have a continual programme of improvement. Most areas are fully accessible and wherever there are challenges we will work with individuals to endeavour to overcome, rearrange or support to facilitate good and safe access.
We work with a regular provider of Accessibility Audits for advice and support. We have a programme of access audits bi-annually to check:
a. Progress on advised improvements and
b. Work to identify greater and more practical solutions to issues as they are identified.
The campuses are less than 1km apart, accessible by footpaths, crossings, with good street lighting. Both campuses have Security Officers on duty at all times. During opening hours they can assist with access arrangements should they be required.
Student accommodation is provided at Park Campus as well as off-site, at facilities run and managed by approved Regent’s providers. Off-site accommodation is fully accessible and we have arrangements where specific rooms are made available to serve those with particular disabilities. At Park campus some wheelchair accessible residential accommodation is available at ground floor level.