Birmingham City University unveils 41m campus expansionUniversity lodges plans to build new school of life sciences at its City South campus in Edgbaston as programme of building continues05:45, 25 AUG 2015Updated10:47, 15 OCT 2015CGI of Birmingham City University's new plans to build on its City South campus in Edgbaston (Image: Pic: Sheppard Robson) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBirmingham City University is continuing its major campus expansion programme with more plans to build new teaching facilities.
The institution has lodged new proposals to construct a million, coach outlet locations near you 113,000 sq ft base to house a completely new school of life sciences and a relocated school of education.The building, in Westbourne Road on its City South campus in Edgbaston, would enable the university to offer a wide range of new health, nutrition, biomedical science and sports courses.This latest application follows swiftly on from its plans to expand The Curzon Building, in Curzon Street, by a further 112,000 sq ft as the first phase prepares to coach outlet wristlet open next month to students.Professor Ian Blair, executive dean of the faculty of health, education and life sciences, said: "This planning application is anticipated as the first step on the road to ensuring Birmingham City University can take coach outlet purses jessica our already extensive health and coach outlet handbags 928 education provision to the next level."This investment will give us superb facilities, including state of the art laboratories and a sports hall through which we can extend our academic reach deep into life sciences and nutrition vital issues for the health and well being of society."Architecture practice Sheppard Robson has been appointed to the scheme with White Young Green as structural and civil engineer.
Couch Perry Wilkes is the mechanical and service engineer and Sweet Group will be cost consultant on the project.The formal planning decision is expected by the end of the year.Pictures: BCU's new Curzon Building in EastsidePictures: Birmingham City University's new Curzon BuildingallMost ReadMost RecentInvest in BirminghamParadise unveils vision for landmark building at end of Broad StreetDevelopers behind Birmingham city centre regeneration scheme to showcase next stage of major project at public exhibition next monthInvest in BirminghamMajor land deal for Jewellery Quarter regenerationHome of historic Birmingham company for more than 50 years will be redeveloped into a mixed use complex with flats and commercial spaceInvest in BirminghamNext phase of Edgbaston hospital project unveiledCircle Health plans to add a rehabilitation centre to its new hospital on the former Pebble Mill sitePost PeopleDaily Mail columnist to head Midlands Media Awards panelDaily Mail columnist Andrew Pierce is to head the final judging panel for this year's Midlands Media AwardsInvest in BirminghamNew plans for 18 storey city centre apartment blockDeveloper behind several apartment complexes in Birmingham has returned with a new project to create apartments off busy commuter routeAston UniversityNew investment for tech firm launched by Aston University lecturersTrio who met at the institute in 2012 has secured new capital to help with the development of their green software.
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