During September, Matthew Lakey, Facilities Project Manager, headed a project to provide the 108 year old Boathouse a well-needed refurbishment.
As part of our new energy-saving and sustainable lifestyle campaign #LUTimeToChange, we are encouraging as many of you as possible to think about changing the way you commute to campus, even if it’s just for one day.
Over summer, Michael Easton, Principal Building Surveyor, Lancaster University Facilities Division headed a project to replace the Hazelrigg Field Station, initially constructed in 1976, with a new, purpose built teaching & research facility.
The Pre-School Centre received an across the board outstanding Ofsted report in July 2019, for a third time in a row.
There will be changes to staff parking this summer which may affect the way you travel to work. A new travel website has been created, giving you all you need to know about the changes, and alternative ways to commute.
Congratulations to the Lancaster University Hospitality team who have recently been shortlisted for Team of the Year in the annual TUCO Awards.
Lancaster University has been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the world for the 8th year running.
The University’s already award-winning student accommodation has been nominated six times in the 2019 National Student Housing Awards (NSHA).
Following the recent completion of the Strength and Conditioning Room and Human Performance Lab, plans to deliver a second Sports Hall have been developed with construction due to start on-site in July.
As part of Lancaster University’s growth strategy and in response to feedback from staff and students, the University is investing £4.7m in a new purpose-built, 400-seat lecture theatre.