Building work for further expansion of the Centre for Biomolecular Sciences (CBS) will begin on Monday 15 January on University Park.
The expansion will provide a physical link between the existing CBS building and the Boots Science Building. When complete, it will house a number of formerly geographically-dispersed but complementary research groups and multidisciplinary teams, and will unlock space and facilities in the existing CBS building for the Green Chemicals Beacon.
The development forms a key part of both Global Strategy 2020 and the University of Nottingham’s Research Strategy.
The first phase of building work on the CBS expansion will include an adjustment to parking facilities near to the Boots Science Building. Drivers are advised that around 60 parking spaces will be removed from this area from Monday 15 January to enable the construction to take place.
A review of the parking facilities on University Park has recently been carried out in order to improve the provision of spaces available. As a result 35 staff parking spaces have been reinstated adjacent to the Chemistry building.
We are also continuing work to implement:
Adjustments to these parking spaces were anticipated to be completed by January 2018 however progress has been slowed by recent inclement weather: we apologise for any inconvenience and will continue to complete these over the coming weeks.
Other areas available for staff parking on University Park also include:
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