University of Huddersfield Heritage Quay
Heritage Quay is the official archive for the University of Huddersfield, acting as the guardian of the archives of other organisations, families and individuals dating back over 200 years.
Our 21st-century role is to collect and secure the future of archives, both digital and physical, to preserve them for generations to come, making them as accessible and available as possible.
During 2012-2017 £2million funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund alongside funding from the University of Huddersfield has been invested in transforming the archives. New accommodation for customers and for archives has been built in Heritage Quay. During 2014-17 a programme of activities and resource discovery will open up the archives to everyone.
We hold events in Heritage Quay and elsewhere. Individual researchers can explore the online catalogue, visit the searchroom to use archives – or if you are unable to visit, use our research and copying services.
Plans, policies, performance & projects
Our policies and standards for selecting and caring for records, making them available and promoting use are all available to view online. Our Public Task Statement under the Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015 is also available.
We are proud to hold the Customer Service Excellence award. Our Customer Service Standards set out our commitment to our customers, and we also report on how we perform each year.
We welcome your feedback on all aspects of the service and the facilities at Heritage Quay.
You can also find out which records we have acquired by looking at our accessioning reports. If you would like to add to the collections within the scope of our acquisition policy, please see our terms and conditions for gifts and deposits and then get in touch with us.