A number of refurbishments have been conducted across all campuses as a refresh ahead of the new academic year.
Two Student Union-led projects have been unveiled at Regent Campus, which have been generously funded by the Quintin Hogg Trust. The ‘Old Gymnasium’ has been remade into a gymnasium, with classes being held every evening from 6-10pm for students and staff to enjoy.
The Student Union also led the renovation and creation of ‘The Hideaway’, an upgraded space for students to socialise, network, debate and perform.
Refurbishments across Regent Campus also took place, including the gym and five teaching spaces on the first floor and installation of mechanical blinds in the Cayley Hall and UG05 Lecture Theatre.
The Harrow Campus has had some exciting new upgrades, including the refurbishment of 52 rooms at Harrow Halls of residence and a refresh to the sports hall.
There was a prime focus on Harrow’s green spaces, with a biophilic wall planned to be unveiled in December, and a harvested flower meadow in the grounds.
The refresh of Cavendish Campus included full refurbishment of 17 teaching rooms, a refresh of the coffee shop and redecoration of the library and social spaces, with LED lighting installed throughout the building.
A new wet lab has also been unveiled, and improvements to the heating, water and air conditioning systems has also been undertaken.
On Marylebone Campus the Cayley Lecture Theatre and Bloomberg Suite boast a reupholstering and makeover to welcome students for the new academic year. 60 rooms in Marylebone’s halls of residence were also refreshed and The Old Bookshop was reimagined into a new social space.
Redecoration has occurred across the campus, including the library, prayer rooms and learning spaces, with new furniture being brought into the learning platform.
Refurbishments and redecoration have taken place throughout our Little Titchfield Street site as well, including two computer labs, teaching rooms and the library. LED lighting has also been installed throughout the building.
Finally, at Wells Street a new energy-efficient boiler has been installed to provide the building with a more reliable and improved heating source.