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Estates & Facilities Management - Achieving excellence


Achieving excellence by developing, maintaining and investing in our World-Class University with vision, purpose and pride.

Welcome

Keith Lilley, Dirctor of Estates & Facilities ManagementThe Estates and Facilities Management at the University of Sheffield are responsible for maintaining the University's buildings and gardens, managing its property and facilities and procuring new buildings.

The University's estate contains a wide and varied range of properties which understandably present their own challenges. Some, such as the Arts Tower, are of great architectural importance and must be preserved as part of our national heritage, whilst others such as the award winning Information Commons, are modern and sophisticated in their design and servicing.

Our staff will continue to strive for excellence in everything they put their hand to. The integration of these services does provide a unique opportunity to improve and build on the firm foundations that have been achieved over many years.

Campus Masterplan

Transforming our public spaces

Campus Master Plan

Campus Master Plan

We're working with Sheffield City Council to transform public spaces around the city campus.

There'll be new and improved crossings on Western Bank and Upper Hanover Street, pedestrianisation of a number of streets, new cycle routes, lots more trees and plants and some great integrated public art.

The transforming our public spaces project is part of our Campus Masterplan.

Overview of the transforming our public spaces project

For more information please visit the Campus Masterplan page

Check My Route

The University is planning for a brighter future.

We're working with Sheffield City Council to transform public spaces around the city campus. There'll be new and improved crossings on Western Bank and Upper Hanover Street, pedestrianisation of a number of streets, new cycle routes, lots more trees and plants and some great integrated public art.

Boosting the quality of our physical assets and the surrounding areas is a huge part of this project. Through the work we will establish stronger links within the city and make a positive impact in developing a sustainable environment.

Most of the work will be taking place from February to Autumn 2016. There are some other University-only projects – such as improvements to the concourse and the transformation of the Arts Tower frontage into a public park – which will be completed in the following year.

The transforming our public spaces project is part of our Campus Masterplan.

Check My Route screenshot

During 2016, you'll see the improvements taking shape – and Check My Route will help you find the best way around the campus while the work is going on. 

However you're travelling – on foot, by bike, by bus or in a car – the map will help you get to your destination.

Start your journey here!

 Contact us

You can contact us by email on - checkmyroute@sheffield.ac.uk  or telephone the helpdesk on 0114 222 9000

Please be aware that the communications service will only be available 9.00 am - 5.00 pm during weekdays. If your enquiry is received outside these hours, we'll get back to you as soon as we can on the next working day.

Tweet us @CheckMyRoute1

In most cases the information you want will be available on the website, through the interactive map or in the weekly email updates. 

You can also check our FAQ's page.

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Waste matters...Workshop


The University is planning for a brighter future.

We're working with Sheffield City Council to transform public spaces around the city campus. There'll be new and improved crossings on Western Bank and Upper Hanover Street, pedestrianisation of a number of streets, new cycle routes, lots more trees and plants and some great integrated public art.  Read more here


Visit the Diamond

Durham Road MSCP is now open!

Visit the QPark website for parking details...

Q-Park Durham Road is a new parking facility. The multi-storey car park provides convenient parking to surrounding businesses, The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Children's Hospital. Q-Park Rewards is available for customers to park, scan and save up for free 6th parking visit.  Visit the QPark website for more details

Click here to read more about our exciting Heartspace project

Campus Master Plan

The Campus Master Plan will help us create the best possible environment for all our students and staff and make better links with local communities and the wider city

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Campus Master plan

Public Realm Project

The prestigious Public Realm Project has evolved from the University’s Campus Masterplan which aims to create the best possible environment for all our students and staff and make better links with local communities and the wider city.

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Public Realm

Sheffield ByCycle

Our exciting new initiative! 30 bikes are now available for hire from five different locations across the Sheffield University campus.

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Bycyle

Help Desk

The Help Desk team are at hand Monday - Friday to provide a central point of contact for all departments to request repairs and progress on jobs.

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Click here to visit our Help Desk

Sustainabiity

We are proud to be a university where sustainability is an integral core value of what we do and is reflected in the knowledge, engagement, collaboration and innovation of our activities.

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Sustainability


My Sustainable Campus

Recycling is easy

Sustainable Follow the link

The rubbish bin

Sustainable Follow the link

Recycle

Sustainable Follow the link

The blue bin

Sustainable Follow the link

Recycling Workshops 2016

GC Waste workshop

Click for more information on the Campus Masterplan Click for more information on the Public Realm Click for more information on the Diamond Click for more information on the AMRC

Estates & Facilities Management | Supporting the University of Sheffield's forward-thinking, planning and development, and helping it embrace change as it faces the future in an enterprising City.