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Campus Masterplan

Thank you for your interest in the Leeds Beckett University masterplan.

A masterplan is a conceptual roadmap which sets the context for a comprehensive programme of development.

Our masterplan demonstrates our vision and ambition for the future development of our campuses and sets out key principles to guide development for the next 10-15 years.

It supports our university’s vision to be an excellent, accessible, globally-engaged organisation contributing positively to a thriving northern economy. It will also enable us to respond to new challenges and opportunities while building on our established strengths and recent achievements.

This isn’t just about our campuses; it is much more than that. It is about:

  • creating spaces which inspire our students and colleagues to thrive
  • enhancing our reputation as a university for excellent teaching
  • creating an environment for world-leading research
  • engaging with and adding value to the lives of our neighbours, local community and partners.


You are invited to one of our drop-in sessions to learn more and give your feedback:

Monday 3 June, 2pm - 4pm, BPA G02, City Campus
Wednesday 5 June, 1pm - 3pm, Acre Room, James Graham, Headingley Campus 
Thursday 13 June, 9am - 11am, BPA G02 City Campus
Thursday 13 June, 2pm to 4pm, Jubilee Room, James Graham, Headingley Campus 

You can also send your feedback to masterplan@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

View a summary of current concepts

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Plus Icon What is the masterplan?
Our masterplan demonstrates our vision and ambition for the future development of our campuses and sets out key principles to guide development for the next 10-15 years.  It will build on the earlier work that has resulted in the major investments we are currently making at our City and Headingley campuses. Like any roadmap, it sets the context and will allow us the flexibility to respond to our ever-changing environment.

It supports our university’s vision to be an excellent, accessible, globally-engaged organisation contributing positively to a thriving northern economy. It will also enable us to respond to new challenges and opportunities while building on our established strengths and recent achievements.

Plus Icon How much will it cost?

Once the masterplan is agreed this will help us to prioritise funding and business cases make will be made for subsequent developments in the usual way.

Plus Icon What will it mean for schools?
One of the drivers within the masterplan is to create physical homes for schools. This vision will be central to any future developments. 
Plus Icon What will it mean for services?
There are no specific plans to move services, but ensuring professional services work collaboratively and efficiently is a key part of the proposition. 
Plus Icon Who have you consulted with?
All staff and students were asked their views on our campus around 18 months ago at the start of the development of the masterplan. This fed into our planning and we have spoken to all schools and student-facing services as part of the process. In addition, we have reviewed all school and service strategic plans to make sure the masterplan is aligned. We are keen to share our current thinking with students and colleagues.  
Plus Icon What happens next?

Feedback from students and colleagues will be considered and a final version of our masterplan will be reviewed at the next Board of Governors meeting on 12 July.

Plus Icon What does it mean for future students and staff / colleagues?

The masterplan is designed to help us to achieve our strategic objectives as a university. We want to create spaces in which our students and colleagues can thrive and can give of their best: the masterplan is designed to enable this. We also want a high quality campus which is attractive to prospective students in a competitive marketplace. We believe investment in our campuses benefits everyone – students and colleagues will have a fantastic place to work and study.

 
Plus Icon What is the timeline?

The masterplan will guide development of our campuses for the next 10-15 years.

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