Oxford Brookes is constantly developing its offering to students, in terms of teaching, research and the campus environment. GBP 220 million is being spent between 2015 and 2025 on developing the campuses, and the development includes:
John Henry Brookes Building
At the heart of the Headington Campus, the John Henry Brookes Building is a dedicated space for students including the Brookes Union, a Library, Forum space, Student Central, Careers Centre and The Terrace.
A GBP 34 million refurbishment, including the Business School, as well as new teaching and study spaces, a café, and a new space for events including graduation ceremonies, it opened in 2018.
In 2015, the ground floor of this development was completed with a new Psychology Lab and Baby Lab. Now in 2020, the second floor of the building has been completed offering students a modern 100-seat teaching lab, academic offices, student orientated spaces, and further teaching and research areas.
The new facilities also include the Sinclair Annex which is home to the Bioimaging unit. The Annex houses equipment including access to state-of-the-art Zeiss high resolution 3-D scanning electron microscope funded by the BBSRC, specialist microscopes and research labs.