Please note, rooms can only be booked outside of teaching hours:
Booking start date cannot be after end date.
Booking start time cannot be after end time.
Rooms cannot be booked before 18:00 on working days.
Rooms cannot be booked befiore 13:00 on Wednesdays.
Rooms cannot be booked before 9:00 on weekends.
Rooms cannot be booked after 22:00.
Please use the following pages to find out information regarding each room to establish which would be best suited to your needs:
D Block (James France)
Terms and Conditions
The Hirer indemnifies Loughborough University against any claim for loss or damage, however caused, to the property of the Hirer or the Hirer’s employees or visitors.
The Hirer agrees not to move any of the furniture in the room.
The Hirer agrees not to allow the consumption of food and drink in the room.
The Hirer agrees that the room is only to be used for the purposes highlighted on the booking form and that a risk assessment form has been completed for their society's/organisation's activities.
The Hirer agrees to pay for any damage resulting from the hire.
The Hirer agrees to report any problems concerning the room(s) to Facilities Management, telephone 01509 222121.
University Policy Regarding External Speakers
Statute XX1 enshrines the right of the University’s academic staff to ‘have freedom within the law to question and test received wisdom, and to put forward new ideas and controversial or unpopular opinions’.
External speakers should normally be offered the same freedom of expression, with two exceptions noted below:
Facilities will not be provided for speakers who advocate or incite unlawful racial hatred or discrimination on the grounds of race, religion, sex, class, sexual orientation, age, disability or special need.
Facilities will not be provided for speakers who advocate or incite violence or harassment of any individual or group, or damage to property.
The Hirer is required to comply with the Code of Practice issued by the University pursuant to Section 43 of the Education (No 2) Act 1986, which governs meetings where, by reason of public disorder, there is a real likelihood that the speaker may not be able to enter or leave safely and/or speak as planned. (A copy of the Code of Practice is available from the University.)