Completed projects- North Campus
In the last two years we have completed three projects on our North Campus; improved and expanded the car park, made the Arboretum more accessible and built a new greenhouse for high-level botanical research.
The development and maintenance of our existing parking spaces is important, so we have invested in creating additional spaces in an improved car park 14.
The car park was reopened with 172 spaces in the summer of 2015. In April 2016 we finished work to create a new road layout to help manage traffic around local streets.
In September 2016 we reopened the Royal Holloway Arboretum, having carried out husbandry of trees and installed visitor information boards.
The Arboretum is now more accessible for our students, staff and visitors; the new signage makes it easier to explore, and to learn about the trees and the history of the site. Watch this video to get your own personal tour around the Arboretum.
In February 2016 we finished building a new greenhouse for high-level botanical research by our academics as well as workshops and a barn for our maintenance and gardening stores.
- On Thursday 9 November, Royal Holloway, University of London, held a 'topping out' ceremony to mark the structural completion of the new £22.2million Science building. Guests at the ceremony included key representatives from Royal Holloway and Electronic Engineering students, as well as Andrew Osborne, Chairman of Osborne, the construction company that is managing the build.
- Friday 10th November 2017
- The new Emily Wilding Davison Building at Royal Holloway, University of London's Egham campus was officially opened on 16 October by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Chancellor, University of London.
- Thursday 19th October 2017
- A plaque, commemorating the preservation of a piece of local history, has been unveiled at the George Eliot Hall.
- Tuesday 17th October 2017
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