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Completed projects - London Campus

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In 2015 we completed a nine-month renovation project at 11 Bedford Square, our London Campus. The renovated building provides high quality teaching and learning facilities, creating an inspiring environment for our students.

The improved teaching, meeting and social spaces support existing postgraduate taught programmes, and enable the development of new programmes in a competitive London market. We have revitalised the office space for all staff, while providing postgraduates, academic staff and alumni with places to meet and socialise. It is a place where great minds, past and present, can enjoy a creative, shared space.

We have carefully worked to conserve and restore the Grade I listed features of the property, providing a base for alumni and a location for hosting high-profile events in the capital.




Temporary diversions affecting Harvest Road on weekend of 16-17 September

´╗┐On Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September Royal Holloway students will be moving into Halls of residences in preparation for the new term. Over this weekend the university will also be welcoming the first residents of the new George Eliot Hall, located off Harvest Road.
Tuesday 12th September 2017

A30 road and pathway works from 18 July to 3 October

Work is being carried to create a safe route between Royal Holloway's new George Eliot Halls on the university's north campus and the south campus, with the installation of a new pedestrian crossing and bus shelters on the A30.
Tuesday 18th July 2017

Roadworks starting in vicinity of Royal Holloway

Roadwork information
Monday 3rd July 2017





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