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Union Court Redevelopment - Interim Teaching Spaces paper

Union Court Revitalisation

Details about the University consultation on the Union Court Redevelopment and Interim Teaching Spaces paper can be found on the University consultations page in our intranet.

The latest update is below....

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Dear Colleagues,

Today I received this response to the feedback on Union Court that we submitted in late February.  Given that so many of you contributed, I thought I would forward.

Wayne Morgan, Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Education)

 

From: Union Court Revitalisation
Sent: Friday, 31 March 2017 10:59 AM
To: Wayne Morgan <wayne.morgan@anu.edu.au>
Subject: Union Court Redevelopment Interim Teaching Spaces paper

Dear Wayne

Thank you for your providing your feedback in response to the Union Court Redevelopment Interim Teaching Spaces paper.

You may have seen a recent email announcing the University is about to sign a lease for commercial property on Barry Drive that will be used as an alternative venue for lectures, exams and public events during construction of the new Union Court.

The acquisition of this space means a number of the issues raised by our community around timetabling and teaching hours have now been resolved.

This building, plus the use of Llewellyn Hall as a teaching space (from 8am-4pm), means our teaching hours over the revitalisation period will remain from 8am-6pm (except where classes are usually taught late).

Many of you raised other concerns in response to the paper and we have addressed most of these in the anu.edu.au/reunion webpage.

Over the next few months you can expect to see a roll out of further communications related to the PopUp Village and Union Court Construction. We will also be updating the FAQ’s on the website regularly and you can sign up to receive a fortnightly newsletter here.

If you have any questions I encourage you to email reunion.info@anu.edu.au at any point during the revitalisation.

I would like to thank you again for your involvement in the Union Court consultation process and thank you for your understanding while we work to improve the University’s teaching and community spaces.

Kind regards,
Marnie Hughes-Warrington 

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