The award-winning transformation of NTU's estate
NTU’s ambitious estates regeneration strategy has led to a prestigious award nomination from the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2010.
Over the past three years, the estates management team have led a £90 million regeneration of Newton and Arkwright, two Grade II* listed buildings at the heart of the city centre. The project includes substantial refurbishment throughout and major construction of an ultra-modern central court building to link Newton with Arkwright to create both a versatile learning environment and a striking front door to the University.
Redevelopment work has taken place on all three of the University’s campuses, ranging from the renovation of existing facilities to the building of state-of-the-art lecture theatres, restaurants, reception areas, student services areas and laboratories. New student accommodation is among the finest in the UK and facilities such as the Psychology lab in Chaucer and the observatory at Clifton campus are underpinning our mission to deliver education and research that shapes lives and society.
Use this section to learn more about the transformation taking place across all three of our campuses, and visit our pages to find out about this stunning renovation project.