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The Lyth Building

Lyth is the new centrepiece of our stunning Brackenhurst Campus. Set in 500 acres of lush Nottinghamshire countryside, Brackenhurst is home to NTU’s School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences.

A brand new offering

Completed in 2020, Lyth offers state-of-the-art facilities and a wide range of inviting teaching and social spaces. The brand-new 200-capacity lecture theatre includes retractable seating, allowing for a more flexible approach to teaching and event management.

The building also includes two SCALE-UP teaching rooms, a purpose-built refectory, and a laboratory that has been specifically designed to encourage cross-disciplinary research.

Key project information

The Lyth building opened in October 2020

The building was designed by Evans Vettori Architects

The building was constructed by Cleggs Construction

The total project cost was £11.5 million

Take a look around

  • Outside the Lyth looking towards the link building
    The Lyth link building
  • The Lyth looking towards the Refectory
    The Lyth outdoor space
  • The rear of the Lyth teaching block
    The Lyth teaching block
  • Inside the Lyth reception area
    The Lyth reception
  • Specialist teaching room inside The Lyth
    The Lyth specialist teaching room
  • Outside the Lyth building, in the courtyard. Groups of students chatting with a view of the mirror pool.
    The Lyth Courtyard