There are two work rooms available should any delegates want to the use them, and they are Room 1111 and Room 1113 in Building 65 (Parkes Building).
Accessibility and inclusion
The Parkes Building and Archaeology Building are wheelchair accessible. There is elevator access to other floors in both buildings.
A quiet space is available and is located in Room 1167 of Building 65 (Parkes Building).
A religious space is available and is located in Room 1157 of Building 65 (Parkes Building).
UTP 2023 adheres to the University of Southampton’s commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion. For more information on this commitment, please visit the website at https://www.southampton.ac.uk/diversity/index.page.
Although Avenue Campus does have an on-site car park, visitor parking is limited and must be arranged in advance. If you would like to book one of our limited parking spaces, please contact the UTP 2023 committee via email (email@example.com). Priority will be given to those travelling from further afield. Parking is available for blue badge holders on all our campuses.
Parking restrictions are in force across all University sites with enforcement between 8am and 5pm, Monday to Friday and a parking permit is required to be on display in line with University Parking Regulations.
Please see Figure 1 for a map of Avenue Campus car park.
Visitors can also be booked into the Visitors’ Car Park at Highfield Campus or should use the Pay & Display Car Park.
Permits are not required for motorcycles or scooters, but they must not be parked in designated car parking spaces.
Bicycle parking areas are provided on-campus and their use does not require a parking permit. Bicycles should only be parked in designated areas where clips, stands or other facilities are provided. Under no circumstances may bicycles be taken into buildings or parked where they are liable to cause obstruction, e.g. near ramps for use by disabled people, attached to railings or at entrances to buildings. Bicycles that are found in buildings or parked where they are liable to cause obstruction may be removed or impounded. Please see Figure 1 for a map of Avenue Campus bicycle parking areas.
For more information on University of Southampton parking regulations please visit the webpage at: https://www.southampton.ac.uk/~assets/doc/calendar/Vehicles%20and%20Bicycles.pdf.
Electric vehicle charging points
As part of the University of Southampton’s commitment to improving sustainability across our campuses, electric vehicle charging points are available on Highfield, Boldrewood, Avenue and Winchester campuses.
The charging points have been supplied by Joju Solar through Hampshire County Council’s electric vehicle scheme, so they are similar to others that you may have seen installed across the county and are operated by Shell Recharge.
The charging point location for Avenue Campus is shown in the Figure 1 below and are available for anyone to use. A parking permit is not required while charging, but please move your car once charging is complete to allow others to use the charging facilities.
There are also electric charging points available on Boldrewood Campus and Highfield Campus nearby. If you need to use these, please the maps from https://www.southampton.ac.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2019/01/Electric-Vehicle-Charing-Point-Locations.pdf).
The points include the option for ad-hoc charging (with a QR code) for those who have never used a Shell Recharge point before, or you can apply for a Shell Recharge card via the Shell Recharge website. Charging sessions cost a flat rate of 20p per KwH.