Durham College (DC), Oshawa Campus & Infrastructure

Oshawa (Ontario) Estd : 1967 Approved by : Other
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  • The University estate is on two sites: in Durham City and Queen's Campus, Stockton. It comprises over 318 buildings ranging in age from 1076 A.D. to the present day; collectively they have a gross internal floor area of nearly 340,000 m2.

  • The property base in Durham is fragmented with the buildings spread geographically across the centre of the city which provides both benefits and challenges to the University. In contrast, Queen's Campus is an entirely modern and compact construction.

  • Durham Castle and the buildings around Palace Green are part of a World Heritage Site, 3 properties are scheduled ancient monuments, 4 properties are listed Grade 1, 79 properties are listed Grade 2 and 60 properties are within the City's conservation area. Approximately 17% of the University's estate is over 150 years old.

  • The University is embarking on a major new strategic development which involves a £60M investment in the new 'Palatine Centre', relocation of some departments and support services, and the disposal or refurbishment of some existing properties.

  • Rationalisation of the estate will provide the opportunity to dispose of, or significantly improve inefficient buildings whilst ensuring it makes maximum use of its retained assets.

  • The University has a clear objective to improve the quality of facilities wherever possible and it is therefore essential that its resources are utilised in the most cost-effective manner

  • Total Students 30000
  • Hostel Facility True

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