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Plans approved for new UEL health campus with 40% green space

by | 01 Mar 24 | Landscape Architecture, News

UEL health campus

The London Borough of Newham has granted planning permission for a new health campus at the University of East London (UEL), with approved plans including 40% green space and the planting of 50 trees.

The development at Water Lane in Stratford will also include the construction of a new academic building as well as improved lighting and safety features across the campus. A student housing village will be built using the highest BREEAM sustainability rating evidence in the Higher Education sector so far, according to UEL.

“Together, we are not just building a campus; we are nurturing the roots of a community that will flourish for generations to come,” says Professor Amanda Broderick, UEL’s vice-chancellor and president.

“This Stratford development project is more than a physical expansion. It is a promise to our students and the community we serve. It encapsulates our commitment to nurturing local talent, advancing ecological stewardship, and promoting public wellbeing. It embodies our vision of creating a connected, healthy, and thriving community for everyone involved with the University of East London.”

Construction is scheduled to begin this summer.


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