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Neighbourhood Engagement

Belfast Welcomes Students

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Information for Residents
Information for Residents
Information for Students
Information for Students

Maintaining two-way communications with these groups is important in delivering the University's goals and ensuring Queen's is recognised as a key player in the development of Northern Ireland.

The University recognises its responsibility to be a good neighbour and understands that dealing with anti-social behaviour by students is a challenge.

Our approach is firm but measured, revolving around three key principles: Education; Conduct; and Partnership. Follow the links below for details.

How students live alongside their neighbours
Students in the community
Promoting community cohesion
Community partnership
Procedures and regulations
What we expect of our students
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Queen's Carbon Journey
Queen's aims to reduce the university's carbon emissions by 21 percent by 2020

Our vision is to become a low carbon organisation, by reducing our carbon emissions and providing a high quality and sustainable working and learning environment.

Carbon Management
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Our Green Impact
Sustainability awards and accreditations

The University aims to empower individuals and departments to reduce their environmental impact by encouraging, rewarding and celebrating practical environmental improvements.

Sustainability Awards

Key Contacts

Neighbourhood Engagement Team 

Neighbourhood Engagement Manager
Dee Corbett
028 9097 5190
Neighbourhood Engagement Officer
Ryan Rankin
028 9097 1356
Neighbourhood Engagement Support Officer
Amy Mulvenna
028 9097 3758
Joint University and Colleges Neighbourhood Officer
Stephen Jones

Other useful contacts

Belfast City Council Community Safety
028 9027 0469
Belfast City Council Noise Hotline (8pm - 4am)
028 9037 3006
101 or in emergency 999