Archive for December, 2014

Student Enhancement Works continue….

Following on from improvements at Mare Street and Wimbledon, we are pleased to announce that works to both the canteen at Lime Grove and also the Student Lounge at Wilson Road have been completed…  We hope that our students (and … Continue reading

So what does the Estates Department do?

We were recently asked to make a 30 second film to help explain to other departments within UAL what it is that we do…  a near impossible task as this video, which runs in at just over 1m30, testifies. However, … Continue reading

A new home for London College of Fashion….

We in the Estates Department are thrilled, after months of meetings and negotiations, to confirm UAL’s intention to give LCF a brand new home in the proposed new Cultural Quarter on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The Government’s commitment in … Continue reading

Executive FM Visit to UAL

Article by Guus van Haasteren On 14th of November, the UAL Facilities team were pleased to host a group of 30 executives from Dutch multi-nationals including Heineken, Shell, Schiphol Group and Siemens. The trip, arranged by Dutch Company ‘Hospitality Group’ … Continue reading

Have you visited one of our College Shops recently?

You might be surprised about the person behind the counter…. The Retail Department has put together this enlightening short film about the passionate staff who look after our shops… https://vimeo.com/113376090

Site Access Information – with DisabledGo

Some of you may have seen the news over the weekend where, following a damning audit of the High Street, businesses in the UK were urged to improve information around their accessibility. We are proud to announce that UAL, together with … Continue reading

Soil Association Gold Accreditation

UAL & our caterers, BaxterStorey, have been working together to gain a Gold Accreditation from the Soil Association, and this year we reached our goal. We are really happy to be the first university to receive this award for the main food … Continue reading