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Meeting Rooms

The following centrally managed meeting rooms are bookable at Northampton Square, for staff only.

Staff can use the online booking form to perform a search for a room suitable for their needs before they are ready to book.  The Northampton Suite and The Convocation Suite are not bookable online; please contact the timetabling team directly to book these rooms.

Room set-up - when booking the Northampton or Convocation Suite please ensure that time is included for set up and clear away as these are flexible spaces. Please email Portering with your room set up requirements.

Catering facilities are only available in meeting, not lecture rooms. To order catering, please use their online system or call them on x.8061.

AV Pods and IT - the rooms below have an AV Pod except those marked with an *. Where there is an asterisk, please check the individual room information pages.

Further information or instructions about the different types of AV facilities can also be obtained from the IT Service Desk on x8181 or via Learning Enhancement and Development.

Large Meetings and Events -  if you are looking for space to hold larger meetings please email Timetabling with the details of your request.  Some areas not normally available during the day may be available for evening/out of term time bookings.


Centenary Building

Convocation Suite

College Building

AG01

AG02

AG04

AG05

Drysdale Building

ELG14*

E205

E214

Franklin Building

R104*

Myddelton Street Building

MG23*

MG24*

MG25*

MG26*

Rhind Building (previously Social Sciences)

D427*

Tait Building

C103

University Building

Northampton Suite A-C

Northampton Committee Room*

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