Campus Development

Campus Development is responsible for the delivery of larger scale capital projects, space planning and campus property (acquisitions, disposals and asset management). Our work also focuses on operational sustainability, particularly the delivery of our scope 1 and 2 carbon net zero 2030 target and setting a target to reduce scope 3 emissions.

What we do

Our overall focus is on the development of a world class future campus; from planning right through to delivery. Our strong commitment to collaborative working is integral to creating a masterplan for the University’s built environment. One capable of imagining its future needs, and also of mapping the physical and digital projects required to achieve the vision.

We ensure that the needs of our educational, learning, research and professional services are met by our current built environment, and continue to be met in the future by systematically planning spaces and creating places.

Capital Projects is responsible for the delivery of key projects across the University’s campus.

These include:

  • Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus;
  • Fry Building;
  • Senate House phases 1 and 2;
  • Campus Heart;
  • New University Library.

With core strategic goals to deliver net zero carbon by 2030, and enable a shift to the increased efficiency and effectiveness envisaged in the Estates Strategy, Campus Development is leading on the following:

  • Estates Strategy planning;
  • Carbon reduction plans;
  • Green energy;
  • Circular economy and key sustainable infrastructure schemes;
  • Travel and transport planning;
  • Quality data commissioning;
  • Major moves mapping.

In response to the challenges raised by the global COVID-19 pandemic, we have been deeply engaged in the University’s blended learning and working protocols.

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