Exciting new project to create campus centrepiece
We are developing a plan to create a stunning centrepiece for Strathclyde, by pedestrianising and re-landscaping Rottenrow Gardens, North Portland Street and Richmond Street.
By transforming the site and surrounding area into an accessible and innovative set of spaces, we will improve our student experience and connect the University with the surrounding community.
In accordance with our commitment to use our assets to benefit the local community, the Heart of the Campus project will be people-oriented and collaborative. Inclusion and accessibility for all of Glasgow’s diverse population will be a top priority.
Current plans centre around these ideas:
- pedestrianising the streets & reducing traffic
- re-landscaping the garden
- utilising smart garden technology
- more event space & seating
- enhancing WIFI
- improving biodiversity
- promoting health & wellbeing
- new covered walkway for shelter & shade
- new entrances & improved accessibility
- improved lighting & security
- a graduation wall & rain gardens
Dynamic social space
All of these developments will be incorporated into a dynamic social space for the wider community.
Heart of the Campus, part of a £1 billion campus investment (2008 to 2025 plan), will help the University deliver its pedestrian-first ethos. It’s the first step of a wider Places for Everyone approach that sees the University collaborating with the Council, City of Glasgow College, Sustrans and the local community to create cleaner, safer, pedestrian- and cycle-friendly streets across campus.
Our plans have now been passed by Glasgow City Council.
For more information, please get in touch: email@example.com.