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Following the recent burst water pipe and flooding at the Croydon Campus, including the Croydon University Centre, and the subsequent closure of the building over the Easter Break, we are delighted to report that we are making very good progress and are looking forward to re-opening our doors to all students and staff on 25 April.

Work has been underway to ensure that there is at least one working lift within the building, unused rooms on the lower ground are currently being re-decorated for temporary use by performing art and this has all been achieved thanks to the enormous effort of Estates and Client Care staff, supported by a range of external organisations; going above and beyond to get our College Campus back open for our college community.

Any further updates will be shared as and when appropriate but we look forward to welcoming everyone back next week.

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