Posted Thursday 6 February 2014
The University has appointed award-winning Grafton Architects to design a new £55m building at the front of the Penrhyn Road campus, on the site of the temporary Town House building which has been there since the 1980's. We believe the new building will transform the learning experience. The building would act as a main reception for the University and provide multi-purpose space for all students, staff and the extended community.
Proposals include an open plan entrance space, a multi-function auditorium, learning resources integrated throughout the building and attractive new landscaped spaces. If you would be interested in coming to a special event for alumni, contact us at email@example.com.
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