Regent’s University London works with a regular provider of Accessibility Audits to develop the range of accessibility information available to members of the public, including Regent’s Conference & Events clients.
The main car park has 3 dedicated Blue Badge parking spaces. To use the disabled spaces in Acland you must pre-register your vehicle with the Conference office. While using the Acland Car Park dedicated spaces the Blue Badge must be clearly visible in the windscreen of the vehicle at all times.
Alternatively, should you prefer to use off campus parking, the Crown Estates have spaces for Blue Badge holders just opposite the main car park entrance. These spaces permit free parking for Blue Badge holders for up to 4 hours.
Instructions for Acland car park
Turn left into Acland Car Park immediately after driving over the bridge on York Road. At the barrier, please contact security via the Intercom (which is the button with a picture of a telephone handset on it). Advise them that you are a Blue Badge holder and you wish to use a disabled parking space.
Drive to the bottom of the Driveway and you will see a small square where the one space is clearly marked. Go up the ramped access to the Acland entrance. Outside this door to Acland building there is a video entry system. This is controlled from the Security Office. When you press the buzzer, Security staff will automatically open the door from their office.
When you are ready to leave, please use one of the university internal telephones and dial ‘0’. This will put you through to reception or security. Let them know that you are ready to leave and they will make the necessary arrangements so that you can exit the car park.
Dropping off near main reception
Please phone ahead to let us know if you are dropping someone off at the main entrance who requires assistance getting into the building. Our security staff may need you to wait a few moments while they come out to help.
Accessibility & Equipment Onsite
Regents’s Conferences & Events is able to provide the following for visitors with additional needs:
Induction loops are installed in many of the conference rooms; a portable one can also be made available if required.
Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPS) are offered for visitors who may require additional assistance in the event of exiting a building in an emergency. (Please advise your conference Co-ordinator in advance if one is required.)
Evac-chairs are also available to assist those with a mobility disability. Please give advance notification if more supportive seating is required (e.g. a chair with arms and back support).
Conference information/forms can be provided in large print, on request (size 14 font).
If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact one of our Conference co-ordinators on (08001) 020 7487 7540 or email firstname.lastname@example.org