The Open University Leeds

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The Open University Leeds

The Open University Leeds

The Open University in Yorkshire


The Open University
2 Trevelyan Square
Boar Lane


Image of Leeds Regional Office

2 Trevelyan Square comprises a five storey grade 2 listed office building constructed behind three retained facades in the City Centre. The ground floor comprises four shop units; two are let to the University.

Accessible Parking
There are no on-site car parking spaces. There are public car parking facilities nearby.
Accessible WC
Unisex toilets with wheelchair access are on levels 1 & 2.
Assistive Listening System
An assistive listening system is permanently installed in the Conference Room only.
Braille Signage
There is part coverage on the ground and first floors.
Rest Seating
Seating is available for rest purposes.
Level Access
There is level access from the street.

THE OPEN University has announced plans to close its Leeds centre with a trade union claiming that up to 49 jobs and student services could be at risk.

Leeds is one of seven regional centres affected by the plans announced yesterday.

The University and College Union says that almost 500 jobs could be at risk nationally.

However the Open University (OU) said that it did not expect the proposed change to result in any compulsory redundancies.

The OU is proposing a new structure which would see regional offices in Leeds, Bristol, Birmingham, Cambridge, Gateshead, London and Oxford close.

An OU statement said: “We do not expect this proposal to result in any compulsory redundancies, but expect that affected staff would need to relocate, or take voluntary severance or early retirement.”

If the plan is approved, the OU would retain offices in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Milton Keynes, Manchester.

The OU statement said: “The university has almost 200,000 students, with many combining their study with employment and other commitments.