Plans have been submitted for the redevelopment of Stoke-on-Trent College’s main campus.
Stoke-on-Trent College has approximately 5,000 students each year across two locations.
The main campus, known as Cauldon Campus, is in Shelton with a second site in Burslem.
Cauldon comprises several separate buildings of varying ages.
Designed by Seven Architecture, proposals involve the construction of a two-storey Entrance Building on the site’s main frontage to create additional staff, student support and teaching facilities. This would extend to approximately 8,900 sq ft.
The college also intends to re-elevate the stairs of the Digital Creative Hub following the demolition of the adjoining Taylor Building, which was initially constructed in the 1960s.
Additionally, the second floor of the Lifestyles Building and ground floor of the Enterprise Hub would be remodelled.
A statement filed with Stoke-on-Trent City Council said the scheme seeks to “rationalise space and reduce operation running costs, while improving the facilities and learner experience – meeting wider estate aspirations of Stoke-on-Trent College”.
Original article from Insider Media.