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The University of Nottingham - Jubilee Campus / Innovation Park

 

 

 

Due to the increasing number of photographs, this section has now been broken down into sub-sections to improve access.
Please click on the images below to view galleries

The Original Jubilee Campus Development

Views and details of the original campus that was designed by architects, Michael Hopkins & Partners and opened by Her Majesty The Queen on the 9th December 1999. 

The Second Phase Development

Most recent views and details of the now complete, second phase of campus development designed by Make Architects & Ken Shuttleworth, comprising the Gateway (Re-named The Sir Colin Campbell Building), International & Amenities buildings plus the Aspire Tower.

Construction of the Second Phase

Further photographs of the Gateway, International & Amenities buildings plus the Aspire Tower during construction.

The Third Phase Development

Views of the development to the east side of Triumph Road that comprise the Sports Hall, The Geospatial Building, The Energy Technology Building, The Mental Health Building, The Aerospace Technology Centre, The Romax Technology Centre and The Chinese Studies Building.

The Fourth Phase Development (In Progress)

Views of the Glaxo Smith Kline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry that is being erected on the east side of Triumph Road to the south of the Sir Colin Campbell (Gateway), Building.

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The Fifth Phase Development ?

This is the plot of land located between the Sports Centre and Ilkeston Road.  It's been completely cleared and leveled - what will come next ?

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I don't know at which stage The Jubilee Campus became the Innovation Park but the latter seems to have become the favored title
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