Bursar launches €230 million capital programme in Estates Strategy

The strategy includes expansion of student accommodation as well as a number of new buildings

Trinity’s Bursar, Professor Veronica Campbell, launched the university’s first Estates Strategy this afternoon which includes €230 million of spending for a number of buildings both on and off campus.

Speaking at the launch, Professor Campbell said: “[The campus] provides an


Plans for College Green pedestrian plaza rejected

The proposal would have seen a 7,000 square metre pedestrian space outside Trinity’s front entrance

An Bord Pleanála have rejected a €10 million proposal from Dublin City council for a plaza at Dublin’s College Green due to the potential impact on bus routes and city-centre traffic. Concerns were also raised regarding safety and the board


Trinity signs charter calling for less “rigid” government policy in higher education

Seven Irish universities signed the charter this morning

Trinity is among seven Irish universities launching a joint campaign today aimed at improving standards of third level education in Ireland.

The seven universities which comprise the Irish Universities Association (IUA) signed a charter which outlines what they believe is