Regions

Local and regional networking starts here!

EAUC Regions are a group of EAUC Members united by geographical location and a desire to promote the cross-sector sharing of best practice. With growing numbers of EAUC Member institutions and individual contacts within them, it’s vital that the interests of all Members are voiced at both a regional and national level. For the Members themselves, having a ‘friend’ locally that understands the pressures specifically felt by that Region is powerful.

With networking being one of the most valued benefits of EAUC Membership, we have responded to this need. The EAUC is dedicated to developing Regional Groups to achieve this. Regions form a conduit to the EAUC and work actively to promote its work and objectives to current and prospective Members within their locality.

LiFE tip: Our regional groups are an ideal forum to share ideas, insight and practices that can help you progress in LiFE, if you’re using it to plan and self-assess your sustainability performance. Find more LiFE tips here.

The EAUC’s role is to facilitate this flow of information throughout the UK and to bring value to the Regions by integrating them with larger EAUC projects, knowledge, funding opportunities, resources, discounted events and other opportunities.

The success of these groups is crucial to the EAUC's delivery of its mission and vision so we have recently reviewed the role of these groups and the vital support we must offer them to allow them to function efficiently and to offer wider Membership value. We have outlined an EAUC groups strategy to clearly communicate this. The pages in this section have been updated to reflect this but the strategy can also be reviewed by clicking the link above.

Learn more about EAUC Regions

Click on your Region on the map below or left for further details on how to get involved and for details of any upcoming meetings.

Map of EAUC regions

Greater London Scotland Ireland England North West England North West Yorkshire and Humber England Midlands England South East England South West Wales England South Central