Draft proposals for enhancing the public realm and the hard and soft landscaping of the King's Buildings campus will be on display at the James Clerk Maxwell Building from 29 November.
The exhibition will provide staff with the opportunity to view and comment on progress on the redevelopment strategy, before the plans are finalised.
The plans can be viewed in the James Clerk Maxwell Building foyer until 10 December.
Steering group members from Estates and Buildings and the College of Science and Engineering will be available between 12pm and 3pm on selected days to answer any queries.
These days will be:
Comment forms for staff, students and the public will also be made available.
The University has developed the proposals for the King’s Buildings redevelopment with landscape architects firm Ironside Farrar.
The vision for the site includes improvements to pedestrian, cycle and bus access, more spaces for gathering, a network of linked squares and campus streets and a distinct green campus identity.
This article was published on Feb 11, 2011