Work starts on new Educational Centre In Buckinghamshire
Building work is underway on a new multi-million pound educational centre for the University Campus Aylesbury Vale (UCAV) project, which is being funded and managed by Aylesbury Vale District Council, a recent news report in the local business media has been able to reveal.
The four-storey building, which will include educational facilities and public amenities including restaurants, cafes and a new public square, is being built by construction firm Morgan Sindall and will expand the higher education offering for local residents, providing teaching space and break-out areas for students and staff.
The centre aims to stimulate further economic growth in Aylesbury and across Buckinghamshire by offering a number of courses which are specifically designed to meet the local industry’s skills requirements. Around 2,000 students are expected to attend the centre.
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