Stepped access into Deri House is from St Andrew's Place. There are 4 steps with a handrail in the middle. The edges of each step has visual contrast.
There is a dropped kerb on the corner of the pavement (photograph above).
There is a very shallow slope to access the main entrance of Deri House from Park Grove.
Vehicles can access Deri house from St Andrew's Place or Park Grove.
Dropping off is recommended on Park Grove, close to the dropped kerb.
There is pay and display on-street parking available along Park Grove Road.
Blue Badge holders can park along Park Grove free of charge.
The staff car park is located behind Deri House, accessed from Park Grove (photograph above).
This car park is for staff permit holders only.
There are 3 accessible parking bays available in this car park.
There is one main entrance door to Deri House, which is automated, when switched on.
The reception desk is in the entrance of Deri House, ahead to the left.
The desk is low and is staffed during opening hours.
Deri House reception Telephone Number: 029 2087 0112.
The lighting levels in reception are good.
There are 3 accessible toilets in Deri House on the ground, second and fourth floors.
Ground Floor: Accessible Toilet (room number 0.05).
First Floor: Male (1.07) and Female (1.08) Toilets.
Second Floor: Accessible Toilet (2.07), Male (2.06) and Female (2.09) Toilets.
Third Floor: Male (3.06) and Female (3.07) Toilets.
Fourth Floor: Accessible Toilet (4.08), Male (4.06) and Female (4.07) Toilets.
Fifth Floor: Male (5.06) and Female (5.07) Toilets.
There are 2 lifts in Deri House which access all 5 floors.
There is a mirror at the back of the lift to aid reversing.
The lift controls are at an accessible height.
The lifts has a visual floor indicator.
The lift has tactile markings.
The emergency exit route is clearly labelled (the green running man) throughout the building. There are three exits in total on the ground floor. Please take the time to familiarise yourself with the exits and exit routes.
In an emergency evacuation the lifts must not be used. For anyone unable to safely evacuate using the stairs, there are refuge points (photograph above) located on every upper floor, in the stair wells opposite the lifts. Refuge points are sign posted. When at the refuge point, you must use the intercom to inform the contact of your location and that you require assistance. You should remain in the refuge area until advised otherwise or someone comes to your assistance. The refuge points are located such as to provide a safe area for at least 30 minutes in the event of a real fire.
If you think you might require assistance in the event of an emergency evacuation, you must arrange a Personalised Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) as soon as possible. Students must contact their School Disability Contact to arrange a PEEP. Staff will need to contact their School / Division Disability Contact or their manager to arrange a PEEP. Please remember that it is your responsibility to inform the relevant person that you require a PEEP to be set up.
The below University Administrative Divisions are based in Deri House:
Development and Alumni Relations Division