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The University of Roehampton Grove HouseRoehampton LaneLondonSW15 5PJ
Under The Exempt Charities Order 2004 (No.1995), the University of Roehampton (hereafter “the University”) was declared an exempt charity for the purposes of the Charities Act 1993, with effect from July 31 2004.
The University was incorporated as a private company limited by guarantee on 23 June 2004. It is registered in England under company number 5161359 and its registered office is Grove House, Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PJ.
The University's constitutional documents are its Articles of Association (dated 21 July 2004) and its Memorandum of Association (dated 2 July 2004), which were both approved by the Privy Council when the University was incorporated in 2004. No changes have been made to these documents since their adoption.
The University is governed by a Board of Directors (Council) whose members are appointed or elected in accordance with the provisions of the Articles of Association. Members of Council are the University’s Trustees as well as its Company Directors.
The current composition and membership of Council can be viewed on the Governance webpage.
Other trusteeships held by the University’s Council Members are also disclosed.
The University’s audited and consolidated Financial Statements for 2011/12 and previous years are available on the Finance webpages.
Queries about the charitable and legal information of the University should be addressed to the Legal Officer.