Sustainability successes at Kent
9 April 2019
The 2017-18 Sustainability at Kent report which highlights the University's sustainability successes has been jointly released by the Estates Department and Safety, Health and Environment Unit. In March 2018 the University's Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Karen Cox, signed the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals Education Accord on behalf of the University. The Sustainability at Kent report gives examples of how as a univer...
Parking and road updates
1 April 2019
Canterbury Campus For the larger Applicant Days, please consider car sharing, using alternative modes of transport where reasonably possible, or working from home (please arrange with your manager). Barrier update (Giles Lane car park) We are in the final testing phase for the Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) barriers. We hope to provide a further update soon about when the barriers will become fully operational. Installation of parking bays (rear of Park Wood Admin) – From now...
Extra buses- exams and Easter vacation
1 April 2019
As exam time is approaching the Transport Team, Estates department, are working with Stagecoach to provide extra Uni2 buses on Sundays and Bank Holidays Sunday 21 April – Sunday 16 June 2019. During term-time we provide a 24 hour bus service 6 days a week, serviced by the Uni1, Uni2, 4 and Triangle buses. The additional Uni2 services mean that there will be a 24/7 bus service for this period to help you travel to and from the library to prepare for exa...
Campus Shuttle running dates
28 March 2019
The shuttle runs term-time only. The last day the shuttle will be running this term will be Friday 5 April 2019. The shuttle will start running again at the start of the summer term on Tuesday 7 May 2019. Booking will be available a week or so before this date. We will tweet when booking becomes available. For more information visit the Campus Shuttle webpage or follow @CampusShuttle on twitter.
Operation Brock in place
27 March 2019
Operation Brock is a new system to queue lorries on the M20 while allowing general traffic to flow, in preparation for potential cross-channel delays caused by Brexit. Since Monday 25 March, Operation Brock has been in place on the M20 between junctions 8 and 9. Operation Brock queues lorries bound for mainland Europe on the coast bound M20, and uses a contraflow on the London bound carriageway allowing traffic to travel in both directions. There are two lanes in each direction with a 50mph s...