London South Bank University (LSBU) is required to adopt a Publication Scheme in line with the Freedom of Information Act 2000. The Scheme is a guide to information routinely held and made available to the public. From January 2009 the University adopted the Model Publication Scheme produced by the Information Commissioner for Higher Education, published in the summer of 2008.
Who we are and what we do
Below is a list of organisational information concerning structures, locations and contacts.
The legal and corporate status of the institution is outlined in the Governance section of this website.
How the institution is organised
In the About us section of our website you will find an introduction to the University's structures, including:
The Audit Committee oversees LSBU's audit activities including auditing the financial statements, appointing the internal and external auditors and advising the Board of Governors on the effectiveness of the internal control system.
Download a copy of the university's salary scales and London weighting details from our Human Resources page, New Appointees page. A listing of staff numbers on each grade is also available for download as well as other important information on recruitment etc.
Procurement, tender and contract information
Full information on how opportunities and contracts are organised at LSBU can be found on our Procurement pages. Also read our Financial Regulations (PDF File 618 KB). The Corporate Procurement Unit offers a range of support. Contact any member of the unit in the first instance and they will direct you to the team member best able to help.
Arts and Humanities Research Council: AHRC Economic and Social Research Council: ESRC Doctoral Training Accounts: TDA
What our priorities are and how we are doing
This is an outline of strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews
Annual Accounts and the Annual Review are available from Facts and Figures section of the website.
Corporate and business plans
The Corporate Strategy responds to the challenges of a rapidly changing education section. Read the University's Corporate Strategy.
Academic quality and standards, including review procedures
The Educational Character Committee advises the Board of Governors on the educational character and academic strategy of the University. It allows governors to increase their understanding of the academic life of the University.
We are always keen to develop links with industry not only to provide jobs and career opportunities for students but to meet your recruitment needs by providing a pool of talented and inspired individuals to help grow your business. Find out how to employ our students.
Government and regulatory reports
Information that the university is legally obliged to make available to its funding and/or monitoring bodies. Such material may provide information as to how well the university is performing.
Information around decision making processes and how decisions are recorded.
Board of Governors
Our Board of Governors is the executive governing body of London South Bank University and as such is responsible for ensuring the effective management of the University and planning its future development. Read about our Board of Governors.
Minutes from governing body, Council / Senate
Comprehensive minutes from our Board of Governors meetings and the Committees they sit on are regularly updated to the website. Read minutes.
The Environment Policy underpins the Sustainable Development Strategy. The Environment Policy is supported by a detailed Environmental Strategy and a series of Plans outlining implementation strategy and time bound targets. The Environmental Policy is reviewed annually. Environmental policy (PDF File 147 KB).
LSBU does not currently charge for information listed in the Publication Scheme. If a request is made for information not in the Scheme, the University will still provide the information free of charge provided the time spent to do so is within the Appropriate Limit in the Freedom of Information Act Fees Regulations. The University will normally not agree with the applicant to provide additional information for a fee.
The University has an employability and careers service which is a professional information, advice and guidance service, offering a range of services, free-of-charge, to staff, students and recent graduates. For more information about employability and careers call 020 7815 6454 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The chaplaincy team seeks to initiate and support activities within the University for those who want opportunities to pray, worship, study and discuss issues relevant to faith or to explore wider questions of spiritual significance. Find out more by calling 020 7815 6419.
Services the university is entitled to recover a fee for together with those fees
Information available through the scheme is protected by copyright of London South Bank University unless otherwise indicated. The information contained in such copyright protected material may be used but not copied, distributed or published in any format or medium. If you use any of the information available through the scheme, or distribute it to others or republish it, you must identify the source of the material and acknowledge its copyright status.