University and residences car parking University of London
Dear Royal Central School of Speech and Drama,
I would like to request the following information under the Freedom of Information act.
How many parking spaces do you have available to students on campus?
What are the distances (in miles) from the halls of residence to the main university campus? Please list names and distances between campuses if there are more than one. Please also list the distance between your nearest halls of residence to each campus.
If there is parking available on all university campuses, are there any parking charges? If so, what are these? Please list all campus parking charges if there are differences in pricing.
Are the parking spaces at the university campus secured at night and at weekends? If so, how?
If there is parking available at the student halls of residence, what are the parking charges? Please list all residences parking charges if there are differences in pricing.
Are the parking spaces at the halls of residence secured at night and at weekends? If so, how?
If students require parking permits to park at their halls of residence or on campus, how much do these cost?
If you do have permits or parking charges both at campus and halls of residence, how many parking fines have been issued to students over the past 5 years?
Please let me know if you have any further questions or require further clarification.
Dear Leia Reid,
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is a small and specialist higher education institution specialising in the theatre and performance arts. It has approximately 1000 FTE students and 140 FTE staff.
The School has a small city centre campus with no parking facilities. We have no halls of residence. It is therefore a nil response from us.
Assistant Academic Registrar
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
University of London
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