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Westminster Kingsway College, London, United Kingdom

Tuesday 27 Mar 2007
 

Condensing campuses

 
 
 
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Work begins on Bond Bryan Architects' design to condense six central London college sites into three 

Work on the £90m project has begun in central London. The first of three major construction projects for Westminster Kingsway College has begun on site in central London, with the demolition of existing buildings and the temporary relocation of facilities to other college sites. Valued at over £50 million, the College’s new build Kings Cross Centre on Gray’s Inn Road will be completed in late 2008. The project will replace the College’s existing Gray’s Inn Road campus and will be followed by further building projects at its Victoria and Soho Centres, as the college is consolidating its six existing sites in Camden and Westminster into three. The project is set transform the student experience and make a major contribution to further education in central London.

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Status onsite
Value 132(m€)
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Bond Bryan Architects
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