Welcome!

New Arrivals

Pembridge Gardens Hall of Residence is placed in the wonderful, vibrant and celebrated Notting Hill.
The area is full of trendy cafes and restaurants, shops and clubs, it is home to the famous Portobello
Market and Notting Hill Carnival. The Hall is a pleasant walk across Kensington Gardens/Hyde Park
from the College.

Our Hall is comprised of three connected Georgian houses providing accommodation for about a
hundred students. There are two communal kitchens, a TV lounge, a games room and a laundry
room.

Key Information

You should aim to arrive at: 10am – 4pm on Saturday 28th September 2019
30 Pembridge Gardens, London, W2 4DX

Please note, if you can only arrive after 4pm on Saturday, you must inform us immediately or else your room may be reallocated to another student.

Arrivals Day

The Wardening team and Hall Seniors will be happy to help you move in. When you arrive we will
give you your keys, issue your College ID Card and show you to your room.

If you are driving in with family or friends, you will be able to park for a short while (up to 15
minutes) for offloading in the front of the Hall. After that you will be able to use nearby Pay and
Display parking bays.

There will be a compulsory Welcome Talk given by the warden in the evening, so be sure to enquire
about the time and location of the talk on your arrival. You will be required to read and accept the
Hall Rules as part of your eHalls registration.

Facebook Page

There is a link to our official Facebook group on the left, this is often the best source of up-to-date information for students resident at Pembridge, so please join the group.

Fresher’s Fortnight

The period of the first two weeks, including the moving-in weekend, is called the Freshers’ Fortnight.
It is packed with various events organized by the Wardening Team, your Department and the Imperial
College Union, and it includes dinners, tours, welcome talks, etc.

Many of the Freshers’ Fortnight events organized by the Wardening Team are either heavily
subsidized or free. More details about the events, tickets and payments will be become available on
our website in due course. We strongly encourage you attend most events as Freshers’ Fortnight is
an excellent opportunity to meet fellow residents many of whom will become your lifelong friends.

Your Photo

Please upload your photo via your Student e-Service to complete your registration. You need to do
this in order to receive your College ID upon arrival to your hall on move-in day. The College is
unable to issue your College ID card without your photo upload.

eHalls

In addition to completing the Pembridge eInduction via the College’s Accommodation Hub (AccHub),
we also require that you register for Pembridge in eHalls, a system that we use locally to prepare for
your arrival and make life in halls easier for you. Be sure to print the arrivals document generated by eHalls after you complete the registration, and bring it with you when you arrive to check-in (together with the Key Collection Pass you will have received after completing the Pembridge eInduction). You are also required to upload your photo on eHalls as well as on Student eService.

Smart Clothing

It is likely that you will be invited to some more or less formal events, so some smart attire may be
useful to bring along if you have it!

Warden Duty Mobile

From 18:00 on weeknights until 08:00 the following morning, and for the entirety of the weekend
(from 18:00 on Friday), a member of the wardening team will carry a mobile phone, which you may
call should you need us in an emergency. The number is 07590 250 422.