Guidance on what the ongoing situation means for you as a visitor, business or partner.
This page was last updated on 22 February 2021 at 10:34 (GMT)
Due to national restrictions we are limiting the number of people on campus.
The current lockdown restrictions mean you must remain at home as there are only a few reasons for meeting others permitted by law. Please use online communication channels instead wherever possible.
Where this is not possible visitors are asked to adhere to the following advice and our safety guidelines.
Members of the public
Please follow our campus signage instructions and always maintain social distancing measures. Do not come onto the university estate if you feel unwell or are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms.
Guests of university staff and students
It is only in exceptional circumstances that visitors should be invited onto campus. If you are hosting visitors, you must take responsibility for ensuring the safety guidelines are met and that visitors use the NHS app to scan QR codes at the buildings they access. If that is not possible you must keep local records by collecting the date and time of visit, name, contact number and party size for track and trace purposes.
Contractors and suppliers
As a third-party supplier or contractor required to carry out essential work on campus, you must adhere to our safety guidelines irrespective of your own company practices. Additional information can be found on our contractor pages.
Road alternations and parking
Several roads across the university estate are now pedestrianised and some car parking spaces have been removed to enhance the safety of staff and students.
These changes, which affect Coates Road (A52 exit), East Drive and Cut Through Lane on University Park Campus, and the northbound carriageway of the spine road between the Dearing Building and Business School North on Jubilee Campus are outlined here. All changes have also been clearly signposted.