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Transforming Your University

At the heart of the community

At Kingston University we take great pride in the difference we make to the lives of our 20,000 students and the wider community we serve. We are constantly striving to provide excellent services and to continue to make a positive contribution to the economic, social and cultural life of the borough.

Over the last 10 years we have achieved a lot by investing in our estate and over the next 10 years we hope to continue to improve and transform our campuses by providing an even better teaching and learning experience, and upgraded facilities for students, staff and the local community.

The Kingston University Estates team held a successful set of public consultation events during the week of 27 June 2016. These were designed to share the proposals for the 10 year Estate vision with students, staff and residents. The Estate Vision sets out the plans for providing a better teaching and learning experience for our students along with upgraded facilities for students, staff and the local community.

For those that missed these events, you can read more about the plans.

River source heat pump

River source heat pump

Kingston University is bringing forward proposals for a River Source Heat Pump at its Penrhyn Road campus that will help the University to meet a 35% carbon reduction target by 2020. The plans were displayed at a special exhibition on Penrhyn Road campus on Tuesday 11th July from 2pm to 8pm. Members of the project team were be available to explain the plans and construction impacts in detail and to answer any technical questions.

If you have any questions about the exhibition, please email penrhynroad@kingston.ac.uk or call 020 8417 4860.

Town House

Town House

The University is replacing the existing Town House building on our Penrhyn Road campus with a new £50 million landmark building. This project will not only transform the learning experience of students, but also bring together the University and the local community.

Sports Hall

Sports Hall

The University has developed plans to build a new, multi-use sports building on the Kingston Hill campus. It is intended that the new Sports Hall will replace Car Park A at the top of the campus with a high-quality, sustainable and well-designed building. 

New Extension building

New Extension building

The University is planning to refurbish the existing New Extension building at its  Knights Park site. Proposals involve updating the internal layout, improving the external appearance and a new academic space.

School of Education building

School of Education building

Kingston University are developing proposals for a new building for our School of Education, incorporating a modern energy centre that will power the building and be able to serve other buildings on campus in the future. 

Virtual tour

Virtual tour

Explore our campuses, facilities, accommodation and social spaces to get a feel for what student life is like here at Kingston University.

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