University of Huddersfield Joseph Priestley Building

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University of Huddersfield Joseph Priestley Building

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The Joseph Priestley Building

Ground Floor

  • Jack Edwards, JPG/64, 3519
  • Alexandra Heywood, JPG/18, 2388
  • Richard Hughes, JPG/60, 2643
  • Hayley Markham, JPG/64, 3519
  • Hayley Markham, JPG/39, 1499
  • Alexander Von Lumen, JPG/25, 1410

First Floor

  • Hayley Markham, JP1/72, 1283
  • Hayley Markham, JP1/03, 1492
  • Valeriya Robinson, JP1/16, 2606

Second Floor

  • Pauline Balac, JP2/28, 3198
  • Janet Clowery, JP2/10, 3005
  • Debbie Connolly, JP2/12, 2494
  • Sonia Dumitru, JP2/60, 3698 (Mon, Weds, Thurs)
  • Jasmine Powell, 1101, JP2/60
  • Julie Walker, JP2/11, 3005
  • Howard Williams, JP2/05, 1865
  • Helen Winsor, JP2/05, 1867

Third Floor

  • Ibrahim George, JP3/70, 2552
  • Fiona Ordway, JP3/66, 2433
  • Natasha Reed, JP3/70, 2552
  • Margaret Scott, JP3/70, 2552

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Huddersfield University unveils more expansion plans

Huddersfield University has unveiled more expansion plans.

A planning application for a four-storey extension to the university’s Joseph Priestley Building has been submitted to Kirklees Council.

In the application the university says they will also re-model the building’s interior to provide “state of the art teaching and office accommodation” for the School of Applied Sciences.

In a statement with the application the university says: “The link building will create a light and airy circulation space with breakout areas inviting students to gather for informal study and relaxation. A small cafe outlet will be provided on the ground floor.

“The link building will be accessible from the north and east to ensure it can be readily accessed from other surrounding buildings.”

Car park beside Joseph Priestley Building, University of Huddersfield.

Plans show the extension will be built in a courtyard area where there is currently parking and a grassed area.

And it could pave the way for potential future expansion, with the university considering a new three-storey building to accommodate new laboratories.

The potential future lab extension will be in the car park, with the university hoping to relocate all car parking off-site.

If the university was to proceed with a further lab extension it would need a separate planning application.