January 17th, 2020
Invitation from Andy Long, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Following the publication of the new University Strategy at the end of 2019, we are preparing a Development Framework for the University’s UK estate. This will set out the principles for the development of our UK campuses over the next 20 years.
We’ve been working on this through 2019 and you are invited to comment on the proposals, share your ideas and thoughts. This is an important and far-reaching piece of work as it impacts our staff and student experience, our research, teaching and learning, the way the broader community interacts with our campuses, and our ambitions to be more sustainable.
We want as many of you as possible to explore and comment on our plans and are providing on-campus and online opportunities to do so.
Staff, students and stakeholders from across the wider community are welcome to view what has been done so far at exhibition spaces around the University, and to speak to those involved in developing the principles at a series of events.
The exhibitions will feature display boards and materials outlining proposals, ideas and setting out the aspirations and challenges we have developed. The displays will be in place for the whole week, with consultation events taking place at each venue where those interested in the plans can ask for more information and give their views.
Initial ideas can also be viewed and commented on online at www.nottingham.ac.uk/estates/development/edf.aspx, and there will also be comments forms at each event.
All comments are welcome, and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or provided via the comments forms at each event. The deadline for comments is Sunday 9 February 2020.
The events will be supported by both the University’s Estate Office as well as the consultant team, led by Gleeds and MCW Architects to develop the estate development framework.
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