Building for the Future is the College's long term campus development strategy and aims to protect our unique heritage buildings and improve our facilities across campus ensuring Campbell College is fit for the future.
In 2019 we were delighted to open our new boarding accommodation as the first phase of our ‘Building for the Future’ vision. Representing a significant investment this modern accommodation boasted 65 new ensuite rooms bringing our boarding capacity to 180 and has already proved its worth.
The Building for the Future: Heritage project is next and work to the Clock Tower began in early July 2022. The work to protect the Clock Tower will take 10 months to complete and will cost £1million. It is the first part of a major restoration and preservation project across all our heritage building that will take 10 years to complete and cost an estimated £10million.
On this page we will be keeping you up to date with work in progress on the Clock Tower throughout the next 10 months. If you would like to know more about the overall Building for the Future Campus Development Strategy please click here or contact Cathy Law, Development Director on 02890 763076.
We will be posting regular updates on the progress with out Heritage Phase. Hear more about the work ahead from Max Porter (10092) Partner with Johnston Houston who describes some of the crucial work taking place to restore our beautiful and historic building.
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