Improvements to our libraries

28 September 2015

We've made a number of improvements to our Cavendish, Harrow and Regent libraries.

Harrow Library

During the summer, there's been a refurbishment project on the second floor to bring it to the same high standard as the first floor.

All new Macs and PCs, together with printers/copiers, have been re-positioned to provide a more spacious arrangement.

Five reading rooms and contemporary furniture offer a choice of comfortable study spaces for quiet study.

Visit our Harrow Library webpage. 

Regent Library

In response to your feedback, the floor of B2 (Law collection) has been carpeted and work is ongoing to improve the air ventilation.

We've also made changes on the first floor to improve the layout of the study space.

Visit our Regent Library webpage 

Cavendish Library

On the third and fourth floors, the walls have been repainted and there are new carpets and shelving units.

The book collection has been changed to make items easier to locate on the shelves. Books from 001–612 are available on the third floor and the collection continues from 612–629 on the fourth floor. Books in the range 629–951 are temporarily located on the fifth floor.

Visit our Cavendish Library webpage  

Print credit

Your print credit will be added to your Papercut account from 1 October onwards.

Find out more about how to use our printers and where they're located on our Printing and photocopying page.

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