The Evolution of The University of Manchester Estate: making of the modern masterplan
The University of Manchester’s rich history is evident in its architecture and built environment. This talk will delve into the various stages of development of the University’s estate, from its inception as England's first civic university to its current position as the largest single-site university in the UK. Focusing on the modern era specifically, this talk will give insight into how the University has developed its estate, enabling and supporting the research and teaching at the University. Reflecting on the current and future developments of the University’s Masterplan to locate to single campus along the Oxford Road corridor, the opportunities this provides for the University and city as a whole, this talk is sure to be informative to anyone with an interest in the city, its architecture and the relationship between the two.
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Menu for Supper
Chicken supreme hunter style or MCC Fish Pie with garden peas, dill & potato crust or mixed mushroom casserole (v) with a choice of sides from the following: roasted new potatoes with rosemary & garlic, steamed market vegetables and pilaf rice
Lemon meringue pie or Bakewell tart
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