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UCD Campus Development

Forbairt Champas UCD

Welcome to UCD Campus Development

UCD’s objective is to continue to enhance the world-class facilities available and to develop the quality of the Campus environment for students, staff and the wider community alike. This website gives an overview of proposed developments and plans. All developments on campus are guided and informed by our Campus Development Plan.

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Changes to Campus Parking ArrangementsChanges to Campus Parking Arrangements (02/09/2014)

Detail of changes to car parking arrangements


Summer Works in Newman BuildingSummer Works in Newman Building (30/06/2014)

Works to replace the G Block 1st Floor windows are scheduled to take place this summer as part of the on-going Newman Fenestration Improvement Project.


UCD O’Brien Centre for ScienceUCD O’Brien Centre for Science (30/06/2014)

The completion of the second phase of the overall UCD O’Brien Centre for Science masterplan will see the provision of research facilities for data analytics, computation, and earth sciences, in addition to the new and refurbished laboratory facilities for undergraduate and taught graduate programmes, innovation, outreach and public engagement activities.


Drainage WorksDrainage Works (23/06/2014)

New underground drainage works will be undertaken over the summer months in the area between Car Park 3, the UCD Engineering & Materials Science Centre and the UCD Clinton Auditorium Buildings. Localised pedestrian diversion routes will be in place to maintain campus operations and access.


Campus Ring Road DevelopmentCampus Ring Road Development (23/06/2014)

The implementation of an enhanced pedestrian and vehicular network design will take place over the summer months at the junction between the UCD O’Brien Centre for Science, the UCD Student Centre and the Church.
The upgrade will include the introduction of a visitor set-down point adjacent to the Student Centre, a new roundabout layout and the associated road re-alignment works as shown in the drawing below.