Campus capers

17th October 1997 at 01:00
Managers at Uxbridge College have unveiled plans for an innovative new campus, combining education with housing, a youth centre, sports hall and doctors' surgery. Principal Noel Otley announced the plans were part of a project to replace a former school at the college's Hayes site with a Pounds 3.2 million learning centre. The local authority, Hillingdon Council, is looking at ways of funding the project.

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