As part of ongoing work to improve the AV facilities of classrooms in the Law department, some areas of C block level 2 in Taylor Library will be cordoned off tomorrow (04/04/2019). Some drilling is required as part of the works so there will be some noise in the area. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Taylor Library Staff
The carpet replacement project in Taylor Library has been completed. All areas of the library, including the computer and project rooms, are now open to students, staff and visitors.
Furthermore, new general waste and recycling bins have been installed throughout the library, including 3 waste & liquids bins.
It is our aim to provide a harmonious study environment for all users at all times.
Please help us to achieve this.
Enjoy using your library!
Good news everyone, Taylor Library is to have new carpeting fitted throughout, with the work commencing on Monday the 3rd of July.
It is expected to take approximately 3 weeks to complete the job and it will involve certain areas being made temporarily inaccessible.
If any library users require reading material from inaccessible areas, staff will be happy to retrieve items. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
With the revision and exam period almost upon us the library can get extremely busy. With this in mind we would like to remind our users of the food and drink rules that apply in Taylor Library.
Food is permitted provided it is not hot, overly fragrant or noisy. So for example sandwiches, salads and last night’s pizza are fine. Soup, curry and crisps/popping candy are not. Drinks (excluding alcohol) are permitted under the condition that hot drinks be covered with a fixed lid. In addition, while drinks are permitted throughout the library under the aforementioned conditions, food is NOT allowed in the PC classroom or near PCs in other areas of the library, in Project Rooms 1 and 2 or the silent areas in D block.
To check what is (or isn’t) allowed in each of the library zones, look at the relevant signs on the tables or, ask a member of staff.
It is our aim to provide a harmonious study environment for all service users at all times. Please help us to do so!
Good luck with your exams!
The Taylor Library team
Westlaw UK apologise to those of you who are currently experiencing problems with searching. They are investigating this as the highest priority and working to resolve the matter as quickly as possible.