The blue route is one of three walking guides to give disabled staff and students an insight as to what to expect on campus. The main entrance to the blue zone is via Gordon Street
Accessible walking guides
UCL's accessible walking guides will give you two views of the Blue Route around campus.
For information on routes around individual buildings please, contact the occupying department.
These guides were written in late August and it should be recognised that as we return to campus some changes may need to be made.
We hope you find these guides useful and would welcome any feedback on how they could be improved.
Blue Zone buildings
The main entrance to the blue route is via the Gordon Street Gate Entrance.
Buildings that can be accessed from the blue route include;
- Andrew Huxley Building
- Anechoic Room
- Bernard Katz Building
- Henry Morley Building
- MRC Building
- Medawar Building
- South Wing.
Please note all the Gordon Square Houses have stepped entrance and so step-free access will need to be discussed with the department.
The what3words address for this gate is zones.renew.post.
Our photo tour provides a visual view of the route through campus helping staff and students know what to expect when they come on site.
It provides a discussions point as to whether the routes are suitable for them with their line managers / departments.
Our audio tour has been written by our access and inclusion manager from offsite. As a visually impaired person herself she provides an audio description of the routes containing information she knows she would like to know.