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Travel Advice at Walton Hall

Walton Hall

Walton Hall

The Open University
Walton Hall
Milton Keynes


The Walton Hall Campus is approximately 111 acres (or 45 hectares) in size. The land and the Walton Hall Building was originally leased from Milton Keynes Development Corporation from 1 September 1969 but subsequently purchased by the University during the 1990’s.

The Walton Hall building is a late 17th Century manor house with medieval origins, which was extended in the 18th Century. The front section was added in 1830.  It is a Grade II listed building.

Aerial East Campus

East Campus

East Campus is just over 7 acres (or almost 3 hectares) in size. It consists of three buildings constructed in 1991 as a speculative office development by Milton Keynes Development Corporation.  It was subsequently let to De Montfort University and adapted to educational use. The University completed the freehold purchase in April 2003. It is now occupied by Academic Services.

Accessible Parking

Accessible Parking

There are on-site designated accessible car parking spaces, but a space can be reserved with prior notice via Estates-Liaison.

Accessible WC

Accessible WC

Unisex toilets with wheelchair access are available.

Hearing Loop

Assistive Listening System

An assistive listening system is permanently installed in the Berrill Reception, Berrill Lecture Theatre, Christodoulou Meeting Rooms 1 and 11, Library Presentation Room and Library Seminar Rooms 1,2,4 and 7.


Braille Signage

Braille signage is available.

Seating Available

Rest Seating

Seating is available for rest purposes.

Disabled Level Access

Level Access

There is level access in most areas.

If you have an accessibility query please check in advance with Estates-Liaison Ext. 51000 who will be happy to advise you about a specific building or issue.

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Car Parking Strategy

The aim of the Car Parking Strategy remains an appropriate balance between supply and demand and whilst it preserves the strong links with the Travel Plan.  Its recommendations are tilted towards day to day management and possible future supply options rather than large scale additional provision.