Lancaster University is investing more than £6million in improving a portion of the 6800 student bed spaces and living areas as part of its long-term strategy.
Congratulations to the Pre-School Centre who recently won ‘Nursery of the Year (North)’ at the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) Awards 2018.
We are excited to announce that Lancaster University has been officially awarded the Carbon Trust Standard Certificate.
Drop in sessions will be held on Thursday 28th June to discuss the creation of a new landscape ecology strategy for the campus.
The University is investing further in its sports facilities with the creation of a new Human Performance Lab and Strength and Conditioning room.
The event will include a collaborative presentation between the University’s Head of Project Developments – Jason Homan and Contractor - BAM Construction.
On Monday 12th March, the 'Forest of the Future Project' was launched at Forrest Hills.
A variety of quiet spaces have been identified across Campus to provide students with additional areas to study.
From Monday 23rd April to Wednesday 25th April, BSi undertook a three day surveillance audit of the Facilities Environmental and Health and Safety management systems.
The redevelopment phase of the Spine Remodelling Project has been underway since August 2016 and has so far seen the introduction of Great Hall Square, Great Hall Courtyard and Physics Garden in the North of Campus and Furness College Court in the South.