Charity information requirements


This webpage groups together for ease of reference the information from the College's Publication Scheme which the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), as Principal Charity Regulator, requires higher education institutions to publish on their websites. The list below is taken from Annex H of the Financial Memorandum (HEFCE 10/2010, published July 2010).


Publication RequirementInformation/linkNotes

Legal name

Goldsmiths' College

The College uses the brand name "Goldsmiths, University of London" for most purposes.

Address for correspondence

Goldsmiths, University of London
New Cross
London SE14 6NW


Main constitutional document of the institution

Charter (PDF download)

Link to the Charter of Goldsmiths' College. The most recent revision to the Charter took effect on 1 September 2010 when the College acquired degree-awarding powers.

Names of the trustees



As Goldsmiths has charitable status, the members of Council act as trustees of the charity. This is a link to the website area recording the membership of Council. Information as at 31 January 2016.

The current membership of Council can also be found in the terms of reference and membership section on the Goldsmiths committee system website:

Committee system website

Audited consolidated financial statements

Reports and Financial Statements

These are published every year after approval by Council and submission to HEFCE in December. From December 2010 (ie the 2009-10 Statements) they have been required to incorporate additional information to comply with the 2006 Charities Act, including public benefit reporting.

Goldsmiths' College is registered at Companies House under number RC000715.