Campus accessibility

Accessibility information for University of Liverpool buildings, including accessible entrances and facilities, parking and bringing assistance dogs on campus.

Accessibility information for our buildings is provided on the external AccessAble website and complemented by additional University information.

View accessibility information by building 

General evacuation plans

To enable safe escape from buildings in an emergency, details of the arrangements and resources in our campus buildings are available. View general emergency evacuation plans for buildings.

If a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) is required, contact your Department to ensure a plan is agreed at the earliest opportunity.

Bringing assistance dogs onto campus

If you wish to bring an assistance dog onto campus, on the grounds of health and safety responsibilities to staff, students and visitors, the University will require evidence that a dog is formally registered with one of the assistance dog charities (e.g. hearing dogs for deaf people, guide dogs for the blind) including appropriate accreditation.

Further information can be found in the Policy Regarding Reasonable Adjustments and Support for Disabled Students 2022.

Blue badge parking

If you have a blue badge, you will be able to park in one of the staff car parks on campus without charge. You will need to register your details and provide a photocopy of your blue badge to the vehicle parking office.

Main Campus Accessible parking 

Accessible parking map

Speak to a Disability coach

If you are unable to find the answer to your query on our web pages, please visit our Disability Coaches drop-in during term time from 11am-3pm in the Alsop Building, University Square (no appointment needed).