Primary interventions up to and beyond 2025 will be:
• The creation of new facilities for London College of Communication, London College of Fashion, Camberwell College of Arts, and University Services; parts of Chelsea College of Art will also be upgraded. • A new Students Residence hall has now been delivered at Camberwell College of Arts and opportunities to build further UAL owned or part owned Halls of Residences are being explored, particularly local to academic premises where viable. Means of shortening tenures and providing lower rental accommodation for students will be pursued and the Pastoral and Social Programme activities in residences will be a core part of service delivery. • The creation of a sustainable estate will enable the University to position itself as an influencer in this area for decades to come. The design of new premises will incorporate low energy sustainable operational concepts. • The Facilities Management Services to the Colleges and University Services are tailored to suit the evolving development and rationalisation of the estate. The Services Team maintains the estate ensuring compliance with safety standards. Maintenance is proportionate to the condition and predicted tenure of each building. • In operating, maintaining, rationalising and developing the estate the Student Experience and working environments for staff are of paramount importance. Through effective engagement with end users their needs and priorities are embedded in the strategy. • New facilities will be future proofed for the digital world and appropriate for multi- functional usage for multiple stakeholders. Through research and innovation UAL will strive for world class sustainable facilities.
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