Little Titchfield Street nearing completion
24 October 2013
The flooring, outstanding seating and AV equipment are all in the process of being fitted for early November. Additionally finishing touches are being made to the mezzanine floor which has been refurbished with new furnishings and a faith room.
These are the last phases of works that have taken place on the site over the summer period.
The lower ground floor study room has been reduced to make away for the lecture theatre, however the remainder of the area has been refurbished for a quiet study space for all students. The basement area has also undergone a major face lift, with new furnishings and decorations to create a more vibrant and inspiring atmosphere for learning.
We would like to thank all staff and students for their on-going patience during these works.
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