The Estates Development team manages new building and refurbishment projects to improve Lancaster University's facilities. Find out more about current and past campus development projects below.
The project will create a world class teaching and research environment and will enhance the public face of the Physics department, improving the learning and working environment for students and staff and supporting future growth.
Work started on the refurbishment of Ash House in January 2015 and will provide 98 additional high quality, value for money bed spaces at the north of campus.
The new cTAP building, opening in Autumn 2015, will provide additional research and development laboratories which will integrate closely with Lancaster's new Department of Chemistry.
The refurbishment programme for Chemistry at Lancaster will provide custom-designed undergraduate laboratories to support teaching in synthetic, analytical and spectroscopy, and computational chemistries.
The first phase of this refurbishment project will regenerate the 1967 building as a key domain for independent study, contributing to Lancaster's status as a leading University.
The University has launched an international competition with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Competitions to remodel its Management School to create a truly world-class and innovative teaching, research and business-engagement environment to cater for the future needs of students, staff and business partners.
The University was seeking to select a multi-disciplinary team with innovative design skills to rejuvenate The Spine - the principal pedestrian walkway on its Bailrigg campus - and transform it into an inspirational space where people learn, work, live and socialise.
A summary of some of our recently completed, award winning building projects, site development and refurbishments.