The Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre has been re-located to a new home in a prominent location on campus, 17 Blenheim Terrace. As part of a two–phase move, the majority of the team previously based on Fenton Street have now been relocated. The Fenton Street office is set to be demolished later this year as part of the construction development plans for Nexus.
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Kathryn Blythe, Centre Manager commented: “We are delighted with our new space and are grateful to Estates for all they have done to facilitate it. The move heralds a new chapter in the life of our Centre which celebrated its 11 year anniversary in September. Just two of the many benefits include that we are now able to locate our whole team together and that, by Summer 2017 our training and meeting rooms will be fully accessible.”
Penny Tiffney, Estates Project Manager said: “We have worked closely with Kathryn and the team to ensure the new space on Blenheim Terrace is a high quality environment and reflective of the Centre’s good work. The new Centre offers meeting, seminar rooms and offices, providing flexibility for the entire team to teach both students and external clients.”