The University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham offers a unique mix of historic and ultra-modern buildings, architecture and landscaped grounds across its unique campuses.

University Park Campus, set in 330 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, is a mix of stunning architecture, traditional features and modern facilities consistently winning the Green Flag award (which celebrates the very best, most well-managed parks and green spaces in the country) every year since 2003. It’s most iconic building, the Trent building was recently used to film BBCs Antiques Roadshow and also forms one of the University’s wedding venues. The campus is also home to Lakeside Arts Centre with a performing arts studio, art gallery, visitor centre, museum and recital hall.

Jubilee Campus with its award-winning, futuristic architecture and a stunning waterside setting, is built on reclaimed land with impeccable green credentials and has won many awards for its green design.

Sutton Bonington Campus, an ideal rural retreat on the Nottinghamshire/Leicestershire border, is a self-contained and compact campus offering a range of modern buildings and facilities. The campus, home to an arboretum which include over 300 trees and landscaped gardens is also home to University Farm (a high performance commercial arable/dairy unit).

Kings Meadow Campus, originally home to the ITV studio complex called “East Midlands Television Centre” and later “Carlton Studios” is home to 2 blank canvas, flat floor spaces, including Studio 7 (c.729m2) and Studio 11 (c180m2).

Queens Medical Centre Campus offers a Clinical Skills Centre, a medical training space ideal too for filming e.g. medical dramas.

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