One Campus, One Community
Welcome to the One Campus, One Community homepage. One Campus, One Community is the title of our project to invest £125 million into creating a single unified university campus here in Islington. The project will bring a host of changes including the refurbishment of our current buildings and the creation of new ones. Investment in technology and resources will increase our ability to teach and create a better sense of community for our diverse student groups.
The University is excited to share with you the details of this incredible project. From here you will be able to access information about our masterplan, the shape of our future campus and information about what these changes will mean for you and what our next steps will be. Please also take a look at our Google+ page and join in on the discussion.
On 31 May 2016 the London Metropolitan University released the One Campus One Community Staff Consultation Pack which covered:
- Update on the OCOC campus project masterplan
- Update on appointments in the new senior management structure
- Information about a new and significant staffing consultation covering future redundancies which will take effect over the next two years
For more information please visit the OCOC FAQs page.
We must review our organisational structure, systems and working practices to create an efficient, effective and sustainable London Met which is, as far as is possible, future-proof.
Read more about why we are embarking on this exciting project.
Find out more about the programme management and timeline for One Campus, One Community.
Following over 30 consultation meetings and exercises, we have created a provisional masterplan that outlines the future campus.
Frequently asked questions
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We are embarking on an ambitious project to realise an exciting future for our students, staff and local communities.
We are investing £125m to create a new, single campus in north London – bringing all of our faculties together on one site for the first time in our 170-year history.
Understanding our business processes
The One Campus project gives us an opportunity to revisit and, if necessary, redesign our processes.
Creating and developing our community
Share and discuss ideas for our new campus in Holloway.