What's around Jubilee Campus?

Posted 11 months ago

A multiple-award-winning campus!

This is the perfect pace to live and study.

Jubilee Campus is a modern and sustainable campus of the University of Nottingham. It features its very own sports centre, the beautiful Millennium Gardens, and some of the most unique, sustainable architecture in the city.

It was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 1999 and has won several awards for its innovative architecture and environmental excellence. The campus is home to the Schools of Education, Computer Science, Business, and Leadership of Schools and Children’s Services, as well as the University of Nottingham Innovation Park and a Sports Centre.

The campus has over 4,000 student residences within half a mile radius and offers a range of facilities and amenities for the campus community.

The campus is built on a former industrial site and has been transformed into a green oasis that features a series of lakes, gardens, and parks that attract various wildlife and provide a relaxing atmosphere for students, staff, and visitors. The campus also has impressive green credentials, such as:

  • roofs covered by low-growing alpine plants that help insulate and maintain steady temperatures within the buildings
  • heat recovery mechanical ventilation systems
  • lighting sensors to reduce energy consumption
  • photovoltaic cells integrated into the atrium roofs
  • lake source heating and cooling systems
  • biomass boiler installation
  • maximised use of passive ventilation engineering

The campus is also well-connected to other campuses and locations by various modes of transport, such as buses, trams, trains, cars, and bikes.

Watch the video at the top of this article to give you a tour of our state-of-the-art Jubilee Campus.