Last Updated: Jun 06, 2020 Views: 293
To comply with legislation and as part of the University's commitment to provide a healthy and safe environment for all students, staff and others on campus, the University’s Non Smoking Policy prohibits smoking in all University premises, including halls of residence. This also applies to e-cigarettes which are prohibited in the same way as other tobacco products.
Smoking is permitted only in open spaces well away from any building entrances or windows through which smoke could penetrate to the detriment of occupants and undertaken more than 4 metres away from any building at designated smoking areas. Smokers who use designated external smoking areas must put their discarded smoking materials in the receptacles provided.
Head Lease Properties
Residents are not permitted to smoke within the house but may smoke in the garden areas, well away from any building entrances or windows through which smoke could penetrate to the detriment of occupants or neighbours and undertaken more than 4 metres away from any building. Residents must keep any areas used for smoking clean and clear of cigarette butts, which must be disposed of in the general rubbish bin. Any damage caused to the Property or its contents as a result of smoking will be re-charged to the Resident/s.