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Lilybank Gardens

Lilybank Gardens

The little patch of grass, and the one-way road that encircles it is called Lilybank Gardens, owned and maintained by the University. The row of tenements hold within it the offices and the Departments of Public Health (1-3 Lilybank Gardens), MRC Social & Public Health Sciences Unit (4-7 Lilybank Gardens), Central & East European Studies (8-9 Lilybank Gardens), and Computing Science (17-18 Lilybank Gardens). 18 Lilybank Gardens is the newer Sir Alwyn Williams Building, at the right hand side of the photo. You can find a larger version here.

(I’m not sure what’s at 10-16 Lilybank Gardens, I’ll update this post after I’ve walked past it and had a closer look.)

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2 responses

  1. I think 10-16 are currently being refurbished so presumably will have new occupants at some point. Originally I believe 8-18 were CompSci, but my dept (CEES) moved into 8 and 9 a couple of years back and we had to wait ages for the things suspended from the ceiling that held all the computer wires (to keep them cool and not overheat, I think) to be removed. If you look into the windows further along you can still see some of them.

    January 30, 2010 at 6:02 pm

  2. 10-18 are the school of Computing Science; CS moved out of 8 and 9 when 18 opened.

    March 1, 2011 at 5:07 pm

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