Legal Matters and Charitable Status
Liverpool Hope University is listed on the Register of HE Providers. This register lists higher education (HE) providers, which have particular relationships to Government (or bodies related to Government) in England. It sets out the powers they have, and the regulatory controls which apply to them.
The register draws together information held by a number of organisations about regulatory status of HE providers. It helps to clarify how this information is related, and what each provider is required to do. The information in the register is regularly updated from the sources it uses.
University Council is the governing body of Liverpool Hope University. It is responsible for maintaining the educational character of the institution and the promotion of its Mission and Values. The powers and responsibilities of Council are defined in the Articles of Government (Constitution) of the University.
Liverpool Hope University is a Company Limited by Guarantee (Registered Number 03285547) and Company Details can be found at the Companies House website.
Liverpool Hope University is a Charity registered with the Charity Commission (Registered Number 1060579).
Details of the Charity are available on the Charity Commission’s website.
The Trustees of the Charity and Directors of the Company are the members of University Council and the contact is the Head of Committee Secretariat, Derrick Dykins.
Statement of Primary Reponsibilities
The responsibilities of Council members are detailed in the Statement of primary responsibilities.
Scheme of Delegation
The purpose of the Scheme of Delegation is to outline the authority for the University’s major organisational responsibilities based on constitutional and regulatory documents and to indicate delegation of these responsibilities where these have been approved.
Prevent is the name given to part of the government's strategy to prevent terrorism by reducing the possibility of radicalisation and extremism. The Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 (CTSA) creates a statutory duty for specified public authorities to 'have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism'. Prevent is one of four strands of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy. Compliance with the duty in England is monitored by the Office for Students (OfS).
Liverpool Hope University’s approach to Prevent is primarily one of safeguarding the welfare of our students and staff. We also balance the duty against our commitment to freedom of speech and other key legislation.