On Sunday the 18th February, the entrance to the North Spine from Alexandra Square will closed for one day to allow contractors to work on the canopy above
The second phase of works commence on Monday 19th February, which require the Deli to close until Mid-March. LUSU Living will remain open but will trade from the rear doors (facing Edward Roberts Courtyard).
Between Thursday 15th February and Friday 20th April, contractors for the Spine Remodelling Project will re-visit the area outside The Great Hall, known as Great Hall Square, to commence further improvement works to the paving in the area.
Contractors for the Spine Remodelling Project are progressing works along the South Spine in a series of phases over the next 5-6 weeks.
Following the installation of scaffold in the underpass prior to the start of term, contractors are preparing to install steel supports to the ceiling of the underpass to allow for the installation of the new digital screen as part of the e-campus network.
works will commence to remove concrete lintels from both sides of the South Spine
A new drainage system will be installed to improve the drainage to the grassland area surrounding the Chaplaincy.
Works along the North Spine will take place on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st January, which require closures in two key areas in order to lay paving and continue the installation of canopy in the area.
The University is investing in a newly refurbished reception area for Lancaster Conferences and Guest Rooms in Bowland Hall (formerly CETAD).
From Monday 8th January, scaffolding will be erected in the underpass in preparation for steel work to be installed over the following 4 weekends.