Avril Robarts Library

The Avril Robarts Library provides all forms of leaning via multi-media. This award winning building was designed by Architects Austin Smith-Lord. In the landscaped garden area is a statue of Sir John Moores (1896-1993), by sculptor Tom Murphy, which was unveiled in 1998.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stand
  • Libraries
  • Computer rooms

General Info

Address: 79-81 Tithebarn Street L2 2ER

Age: since 1997

Gross floor area: 6459 Sq M

Department: Library and Student Support

For more information see Library Services

Byrom - Cherie Booth Building

This building, named after LJMU's Emeritus Chancellor Cherie Booth QC includes academic and conference facilities. It is home to the School of the Built Environment and is part of the teaching and learning facilities on the Byrom St Campus. As a conference venue, it combines cutting edge design with all the facilities you expect from a contemporary venue. Facilities include a state of the art lecture theatre, modern IT facilities and two boardrooms.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stands
  • Car Parking
  • Lecture Theatre: 160 cap
  • Computer Suite - 12 PCs
  • Catering services

General information

Address: Byrom Street L3 3AF

Age: since 2005

Gross floor area: 1039 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00

Byrom - Engineering Workshops

Specialist facilities for the Faculty of Science & Faculty of Engineering and Technology.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stands

General information

Address: Byrom Street L3 3AF

Age: since 1966

Gross floor area: 1160 Sq M


Byrom - James Parsons Building

This building was named after James Parsons who was the last rector of the Liverpool Polytechnic, including well equipped I.T suites, lecture theatres and specialist research facilities. The James Parsons Building was built in three phases as part of the Byrom Street Campus, that has recently had new cladding installed to, enhance the thermal, acoustic and visual aspects of the building.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stands
  • 2 Lecture Theatres: 186 cap, 259 cap
  • Car parking
  • Computer Suite
  • Research Laboratory

General information

Address: Byrom Street L3 3AF

Age: since 1960

Gross floor area: 30,344 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00



Byrom - Max Perutz

Max Perutz building is situated within the James Parsons site. In 1970 this wing was specially designed for nuclear studies. The late Austrian- born scientist Max Perutz was a leading molecular biologist and was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1962.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stand

General information

Address: Byrom Street L3 3AF

Age: since 1970

Gross floor area: 2102 Sq M

Department: Science

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00


Byrom - Peter Jost

This award winning building has quickly become a popular and successful conference venue. There are well equipped lecture / conference theatres and seminar rooms, and specialist research venues. Professor Peter Jost CBE is a leading civil engineer. This building also houses part of the School of the Built Environment who are also located in the Cherie Booth Building and Henry Cotton Building.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stand
  • Car parking
  • Lecture theatre

Please note: parking is adjacent to the building

General information

Address: Byrom Street L3 3AF

Age: since 1994

Gross floor area: 2554 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00

Byrom - Security

From this centre, security of all University premises are monitored and supervised.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stand

General Information

Address: Byrom Street L3 3AF

Age: since 1977

Gross floor area: 223 Sq M

Department: Estate Management


Byrom - Tom Reilly

Designed by architects Austin Smith Lord Liverpool, and completed November 2009, the Tom Reilly Building provides world-class sports & science facilities.

The state-of-the-art building, which houses the School of Sports and Exercise Sciences and the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology, offers some of the best facilities in the world. These include appetite laboratories, psychology testing labs, neuroscience labs, an indoor 70-metre running track, force plates, caren disc, physiology suites, a DEXA scanner for measuring body fat, muscles and bone density, caren disc, a driving simulator and a chronobiology lab.

LJMU named the facility after the late Professor Tom Reilly, known as the ‘Father of the Science of Football.’ He was the UK’s first Professor of Sports Science and a plaque was unveiled in his honour by his wife and daughters, Jill, Anna and Siobhán Reilly.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stand
  • Computer rooms
  • Showers

General Information

Address: Byrom Street L3 3AF

Age: since 2009

Gross floor area: 6493 Sq M

Opening Times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00

Great Crosshall Street

This is the home of the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) for the School of Sports and Exercise Sciences. The building also accommodates some of the research centres for the School, a coffee shop run by Liverpool Student Union and Health and Safety training rooms.

Facilities

  • Student Union Catering

General Information

Address: 62-70 Great Crosshall Street L3 2AT

Age: since 2005

Gross floor area: 1598 Sq M

Opening Times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00


Henry Cotton Building

In the landscaped forecourt area are an abstract sculpture by Stephen Cox:"Palanza" which was originally created for the Liverpool International Garden Festival, and a statue of Henry Cotton (first chancellor of the University) by sculptor Tom Murphy.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stands
  • Car parking
  • Lecture theatres

General Information

Address: 15-21 Webster Street L3 2ET

Age: since 1989

Gross floor area: 7742 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00


Lairdside

Lairdside Maritime Centre currently provides the facilities to meet the training needs of the maritime industry. At the heart of the Centre is a ship-handling simulator that is among the most advanced in Europe and currently the only one in the UK with a 360° field-of-view visual system.

Facilities

  • Car parking

General Information

Address: 3 Vanguard Way, Campbeltown Road, CH41 9HX

Age: since 2000

Gross floor area: 609 Sq M

Opening times

teaching weeks: 08.00 - 19.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 08.00 - 19.00


Marybone Building

The venue's 300-seat theatre is fully accessible and has a staged area with touch screen facility and built in microphone in the lectern. For further information regarding booking this facility please contact conferences@ljmu.ac.uk.

Facilities

  • Car parking
  • Catering
  • Lecture theatre: 300 cap

General Information

Address: Marybone L3 2BT

Age: since 2001

Gross floor area: 538 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00


Tithebarn Street

Houses the Faculty of Health and Applied Social Sciences, and an attractive refectory sited in Avril Robarts Learning Resource Centre can be accessed via this building.

Britain's first college of commerce was opened in 1931. The building was extended in 1954 and again in 1966. The ground floor and other areas were extensively modernised in 1997. Near this site in 1514 Lord Molyneux, Lord of the Manor, built his tithe barn.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stand
  • Car parking
  • Lecture theatres
  • Computer rooms
  • Catering

General Information

Address: 79-81 Tithebarn Street L2 2ER

Age: 1931 - 1966

Gross floor area: 6873 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00