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Work starts on new campus building at University of Worcester

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Construction work to deliver a new flexible teaching space has begun at the University of Worcester.

Located at the Severn Campus, the new three-storey building, designed by Glancey Nicholls Architects, will include a mixture of staff and student facilities, including teaching spaces, staff working areas and offices, two internal lifts and an external plant room.

Locally-based contractor Speller Metcalfe is due to complete the scheme in February 2025.

Professor David Green, CBE DL, the University’s Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive, said: “This new building will provide valuable flexible teaching spaces for our students studying nursing, medicine, occupational therapy, sports and exercise science, physiotherapy, sports therapy and other health and wellbeing professional courses.

“The Severn Campus is also home to the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson building for health and medical education, where our students are already learning the skills they’ll need to become the new doctors our NHS needs.

“This sustainably designed building will provide outstanding learning facilities for students.”

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