LOMA Express is now open. LOMA Express at the School of Dentistry is the little brother of LOMA. Located on level six of the Worsley building, the café will provide a range of grab and go food and drinks. Working collaboratively with the School of Dentistry, the café has been designed to meet the needs of […]
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The LUBS Expansion project is a three-phase multi-million pound investment to improve and develop the Leeds University Business School. Phase three is the construction of a new multi-storey teaching facility on Cloberry Street that will be shared by the Business School, School of Law and central teaching space. The features of the new build will […]
The project that began in March 2016 to create larger accommodation blocks and a social space at Montague Burton was completed in Autumn 2018. The new accommodation layout offers a number of nine bedroom flats with a kitchen, dining room, lounge, three showers, and three toilets as well as a four bedroom flats with kitchen, dining […]
The £1.6M investment to upgrade academic and teaching-led research space in the School of Healthcare has been completed. The dymanic programme included: Expanding and relocating the PhD facilities; Refurbishing current facilities; Creating a vibrant research environment; Developing a new central hub for the Student Education Service; Expanding clinical facilities. These new facilities will enable increased research activity and […]
This autumn the new collaborative space for the Priestley International Centre for Climate opened. The exciting £7.5M project to develop the School of Earth and Environment and create the new Priestley Centre has now been completed. This project involved transforming the former ground level car park into a new ground floor of the building as well as […]
A dramatic sculpture honouring revolutionary science will be in a prominent position on the side of the new Engineering and Physical Sciences development. The two-storey artwork by Sara Barker has been granted approval by Leeds City Council planning department. The sculpture will feature on the outside of the Sir William Henry Bragg Building, which is under construction […]
Work has begun at the Roger Stevens cooling pond as part of a multi-disciplinary University project, that will not only visually enhance the landscape outside the Roger Stevens Building, but will also provide research led teaching opportunities for our students. This innovative project has been led by Estates Services and has involved The Leeds Living […]
Lifesaving defibrillators installed on Campus 17 new locations have been identified for the installation of lifesaving defibrillators across the University Campus. This is part of the University’s on-going commitment to improve health and safety provision on campus for staff, students and the wider local community, and now takes the provision of defibrillators on campus to […]
The University has made a substantial investment into a new computer-aided facilities management software system. This system will enable Estates Services to work more efficiently and effectively to deliver improved customer service. The system, which is computer based, will be used to maintain and improve the condition of the University’s buildings and assets to a […]
Our campus has developed significantly over the years, read below how we’ve grown to become one of the largest university campuses in the UK… [timeline-express] … and our campus keeps developing! With impressive new projects such as Nexus and the Sir William Henry Bragg Building, we continue to grow. Keep up-to-date with our current campus […]