Central Science Laboratories


£25.5 million (including equipment)


Project Completion: April 2019 ready for September 2019/2020 term

Proposed design images:
CSL Internal and External
The project is a key part of a £42 Million investment in the University’s Faculty of Natural Science facilities which started with the newly completed extension to the Huxley building.
Work began in 2017 on the state-of-the-art Central Science Laboratories (CSL) building. The new laboratories will provide Keele with additional world-class facilities, and underpin the ambitious growth plans in science teaching and research.
The Central Science Laboratories will comprise a four-floor state-of-the-art-building for both undergraduates and postgraduates. It will house new open-plan teaching and research laboratories, IT provision, and student social learning spaces. The laboratories will be linked to the existing Lennard-Jones building, with a central glass corridor providing vistas right through the building.

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Progress images:

CSL Progress Images July 2018