A glimpse into how Preston’s university campus is to look following a £200million revamp has been released.
The University of Central Lancashire has put together a fly-through of how plans for the city’s campus are progressing.
It features the new science and engineering building which is due to begin construction on the current Foster building car park – just off the Adelphi roundabout.
There’s also detail views of a new landmark building on the Adelphi roundabout, which is to be a new student support centre.
UCLan say they hope to have the new public square and building finished by 2020.
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Work is also nearly complete on the university’s new social spaces – two new areas at the Foster and Greenbank/Harrington buildings.
They are informal spaces for teaching and learning according to the university.
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In something similar to The Sims you can see students using the new spaces which are due to open in the Autumn this year.
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