Last updated on 10 September 2019
Leeds University Union and the Edward Boyle Library will partially re-open their doors as students make their return to the University in late September.
Significant refurbishment work has been underway to transform, modernise and upgrade both facilities.
Phase 3 of the refurbishment programme for the Edward Boyle Library will see the opening of the new Postgraduate Research Hub on Level 13 and 1000 new study spaces. Full completion of the project is on schedule for early 2017.
Partial completion of upgrade work at the Union building will mean that current and new students will be able to kick-start term with full access to the Old Bar and Pyramid (formerly Mine). All of which have been upgraded as part of the £16.8m investment. Full completion of the project is planned for April 2017.