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Future impact

Research is expected to generate significant impact and extensive development on campus will generate wealth and employment.

Easter Bush Campus 20 year plan
Easter Bush Campus 20 year plan

The Roslin Institute plays a significant role in the development of the Easter Bush Campus vision in delivering a European centre of excellence in animal sciences and food security.

The Roslin Institute’s £60 million building was completed in 2011. Construction of the £14 million National Avian Research Facility (NARF) was completed in October 2014, which provides a one-stop-shop for poultry researchers in the UK and overseas. The Large Animal Research and Imaging Facility (LARIF) opened in March 2020.

A £74m investment for a new agritech hub will improve the efficiency and output of agricultural applications, and enhance worldwide food security.

Campus development will be phased until 2025 and includes (links to external websites):

For phased campus development plans please see the campus Master Plan and vision.

A breakdown of The Roslin Institute's plans for future impact, figures show 1044 total jobs and 54.1 million pounds of GVA in the next 5 years, then by 2025 a projection of 6032 jobs and 342.9 million pounds.