King's Meadow Campus was acquired by The University of Nottingham in 2005, and has since been refurbished and extensively landscaped, with peaceful gardens and a fresh injection of year-round colour and foliage.
The new name for the former ITV television studio complex in Nottingham was inspired by the adjacent King’s Meadow Nature Reserve, alongside the River Leen.
The King’s Meadow Campus is framed by the dramatic “Learning Curve” entrance and accommodates many of the University’s professional services and business support departments.
Situated on the edge of the Dunkirk district, it is less than a mile from University Park and Jubilee Campus, and many offices and meeting rooms overlook Nottingham’s historic castle.
King’s Meadow Campus is home to Manuscripts and Special Collections.
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