Posted by: Clare Solomon | July 14, 2011

We Won the Wardens – for this year.

Results of the Consultation on Pastoral Support in the Halls of Residence

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The University has recently completed a consultation exercise on proposals to create more than 50 new student bedrooms by changing the arrangements for pastoral support in the Halls.

The Vice-Chancellor’s Executive Group has now considered the results of the consultation and we are grateful to those people who took the time to submit their views. The consultation has shown the range of groups interested in the outcome of this decision. The VCEG wishes to examine fully the range of options available and the implications of any changes and has therefore decided:

1.       To suspend the consultation and implementation process immediately and confirm the status quo for the coming year 2011/12;

2.       To review and re-examine the range of options available to ensure the availability of appropriate pastoral support for students and to increase the availability of student rooms in the intercollegiate halls, taking in to account the suggestions that emerged during the consultation;

3.       To receive by the end of December 2011 proposals on the case for restructuring and the range of options, along with a full consultation and communications plan; this will take account of our legal obligations to Wardens and to students, and the UK Code of Practice for University-Managed Student Accommodation.

 

Kim Frost
Director of Human Resources

University of London
Senate House | Malet Street | London WC1E 7HU | UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7862 8029    Web: www.london.ac.uk
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