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Venue and parking details for FDLT and BALT students

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The BALT groups start in week beginning 7th September and the FDLT groups start in week beginning 14th September, on your venue day. For each course and group day 1 will take place at Waterside.

FDLT Year 1

Tuesday: Devonshire Place, Leicester

Thursday: Waterside Campus, Northampton

FDLT Year 2

Monday: Devonshire Place, Leicester

Wednesday: Waterside Campus, Northampton

BALT

Tuesday: Waterside Campus Northampton.

Thursday: Devonshire Place, Leicester

Venue details:

LEICESTER

Devonshire Place, 78 London Road, LEICESTER, LE2 0RA

Parking: the car park is accessed via Prebend Street.

NORTHAMPTON

Waterside Campus, University Drive, NORTHAMPTON, NN15PH.

Parking: Sixfields Park and Ride

Open: All year round.

Location: Claret Car Park and the Saints Car Park, Edgar Mobbs Way, Sixfields, NN5 5JR.

Number of parking spaces: approximately 1500.

Open to: University staff, students and visitors. (Also open to NCC staff, different charges may apply).

Cost: park for free and ride the bus for £1 return.

Payment: pay on bus, contactless, Uno app or buy a monthly pass.

Frequency (peak time): every 10 minutes Monday – Friday, every 15 minutes on Saturday and 30 minutes on Sunday.

Route: west – east shuttle service including the rail station, town centre and Waterside. There is a route to link to St George’s Avenue that requires a change at Marefair (Sol Central pick up on the new 20 service (free intercampus bus) Monday – Friday).

​Opening hours: 6.00am – 10:30pm, Monday – Friday (no overnight stays).​

Full security: on-site security and CCTV system.

Ultramodern buses: luxurious interiors, free Wi-Fi, USB charging at every seat and low emissions.

Real time information: see when your next bus is going to arrive.

Author: Jean

Senior Lecturer, Education at the University of Northampton. Admissions Tutor for the Foundation Degree Learning and Teaching.

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