Welcome to the Union Court Revitalisation newsletter, keeping you up-to-date with changes happening on campus. If you have any questions about the project, please don't hesitate to get in contact with us at email@example.com.
With demolition activities nearing completion, our focus is on isolating all of the services running underneath Union Court, allowing for excavation. This process involve some works outside the site fence and we thank you for your patience during this period. >> See our latest project update for more information
See the revitalised Union Court in Virtual Reality
Our new video showing amazing details of the redevelopment, can be viewed in virtual reality if you have access to a VR headset, or in 360° via your phone or computer.
>>Watch on YouTube
The Pop-Up Village will be hosting a celebration of food, music and beer on 19 October. While we are working to limit disruptions, there may be some increased noise from the Pop-Up Village during the day. >> The event is free to attend and we encourage you to pop by and enjoy the activities
Update on Pauline Griffin building works
Early works at the Pauline Griffin site to build a new home for the Research School of Social Sciences have started, with hazardous material removal already underway, and demolition to start soon. Although the works are separate to the Union Court Revitalisation project we will keep you updated on any relevant changes to campus.
To ensure safety, pedestrian access on Ellery Crescent near the Pop-Up Village, is being re-directed via the Beryl Rawson building and covered walkway towards Melville Hall. From 18 October, vehicle access to and from the Baldessin Parking Station will only be possible via Childers Street. >> More information is available on the ANU website
On the Blog: Yellow Box
Landscape architecture is not just an afterthought, and trees are not just there for us to admire them. Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, outlines why trees will be an important element of the new development. >> Read more on the blog
Information Forum - 24 October
Hear from Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington about what’s happening next in the project and make sure you bring along any questions you want answered. >> Register for the event at the Pop-Up Village
We are looking for any information or photos of the Dolly's food van, operating from the 1970s to the early part of the new century. As discussed on our blog, the Dolly's van represents more than just memories of hot chips and gravy for some of our alumni. If you have a Dolly's story to share, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org