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Estates and Facilities

Creating a world class campus at the heart of a vibrant city

The development of our estate and infrastructure is a key factor in the University’s ambition to deliver a campus for the future. Our buildings and the services that support them enable the University to achieve its strategic goals. The Estates and Facilities website provides a comprehensive gateway to the services we offer to ensure our students, staff and visitors have the best experience possible.

Helpdesk support

Report faults and problems via the Facilities Directorate Helpdesk

Our Services

Our key services are listed below, however, if there’s something else that you need our support on please contact Helpdesk Support.

MAINTAINING CAMPUS

We undertake an annual programme of maintenance projects to ensure our buildings and green areas remain welcoming and safe spaces.

DEVELOPING CAMPUS

Our in-house team are experts in the fields of architecture and design. They work across Schools and Faculties to create innovative learning and teaching spaces.

MANAGING SPACE

We are continually maximising the space we have to enable the refurbishment of current, and construction of new, facilities on campus.

MANAGING ENERGY

Controlling our energy usage allows us to run an effective and efficient estate. Our focus supports the wider responsibilities of the University.

PARKING ON CAMPUS

While the University is an advocate of sustainable travel we do provide parking facilities, with degrees of access, for staff, students and visitors.

FACILITIES SUPPORT

Facilities Support Services provide support to the Central Teaching Space on campus including over 250 lecture theatres and classrooms.

SECURITY SERVICES

Our team operates 24 hours a day offering crime prevention advice, patrolling campus and responding to alarms and emergencies.

CLEANING SERVICES

Our team services all academic buildings on campus and are committed to providing a high standard of cleaning services across the University.

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