The University is based on a 100-acre city centre campus and is currently investing £600m in new facilities across the whole campus.
We currently have a number of state-of-the-art facilities across the Faculty, and the wider University, dedicated to providing cutting-edge research and teaching amenities. In the Faculty we have specialist laboratories and workshops (architecture workshop, archaeology labs), museums (Garstang Museum, Victoria Gallery & Museum collections), libraries, rehearsal and performance spaces (The Music Hub, SSL Studio), a fully equipped media room for audio and video recording and broadcasting, and public clinics (Liverpool Law Clinic).
The Schools and Departments within the Faculty are also subject to a multimillion-pound refurbishment programme which is enhancing the current offering and creating new state-of-the-art facilities.
One of the most recent projects was the development of the Yoko Ono Lennon Centre, which was opened to the public in March 2022. The centre houses the 400-seat, state-of-the-art Tung Auditorium which has already seen a wide range of incredible events - plus the 600-seat Paul Brett Lecture Theatre, offering students a world-class teaching experience.