Aldham Robarts Library

This modern Library brings together information materials via multi-media formats. This building also houses the LJMU Business Information Centre.

This striking building has won a number of architectural awards. Designed by Architects Austin Smith Lord, it is in the Mount Pleasant Conservation Area. It is named after Mr Aldham Robarts who generously contributed to the project.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stand
  • Car parking
  • Catering
  • Library
  • Computer rooms
  • Showers

General Information

Address: Maryland street L1 9DE

Age: since 1994

Gross floor area: 5405 Sq M

Department: Library and Student Support


Aquinas Building

Library & Student Support are located here.

The upper floors are incorporated into the adjacent Aldham Robarts Learning Resource Centre.

Facilities

  • Library
  • Computer rooms

General Information

Address: Maryland Street L1 9DE

Age: early 19th century

Gross floor area: 1997 Sq M

Department: Library and Student support

Egerton Court

The Executive Offices are located here. These include: The Vice-Chancellor's Office, Pro Vice-Chancellor's Office (Infrastructure) and Pro Vice-Chancellor's Office (Admin & HR). In addition to the well equipped Roscoe Room, the Pilkington and Blackburne Rooms are located here.

A small visitor's car park is entered off Roscoe St to the rear of 4 Rodney St .A staff car park is located to the rear of Egerton Court. (Booking for both car parks through Egerton Court Reception 231 - 3361).

This fine Georgian building is Listed Grade II and stands in the Rodney St Conservation area.

Facilities

  • Car parking

Please note: For car park booking please call 0151 231 3361

General Information

Address: 2 Rodney Street L1 2UA

Age: early 19th Century

Gross floor area: 1653 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00

Joe H Makin Drama Centre

Drama facilities for the Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies.

The Drama Centre was created from a former Hebrew School building of 1856, with the generous support of Professor E. Rex Makin. ( It is named after his father ). Located adjacent to the Unity Theatre, in the Canning Street Conservation Area.

Facilities

  • Drama theatre

General Information

Address: 1 Hope Street L1 9BG

Age: since 1856

Gross floor area: 1066 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00

John Foster Building

This range of buildings on the south side of Mount Pleasant houses the Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies

Formerly the Notre Dame Convent and School. It is partly a Listed Building (Grade II) and stands in the Mount Pleasant Conservation Area. The centre piece of the building is the former chapel with a slender spire (with the JMU bird weather vane), and with attractive Victorian stained glass windows in the apse.

John Foster junior (c.1786-1846) lived at 82 Mount Pleasant which is now part of the Business School. He was Liverpool Corporation Surveyor from 1824 to 1835, and the architect of St Andrews Church, Rodney St (1823). As a student, he was described by Professor Cockerall as "a most amazing youth, but too idle to be anything more than a dinner companion".

Facilities

  • Car parking
  • Catering
  • Computer rooms
  • Showers

General Information

Address: 80-98 Mount Pleasant L3 5UZ

Age: since 1850

Gross floor area: 15427 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00

John Lennon Art and Design Building

The Liverpool School of Art & Design is based in this new purpose built Academy Facilites include:

  • 3D Workshop
  • Print workshop
  • Large format printing facilities size A0 and A2.
  • 3D Dry print Workshop
  • ICT suites
  • Photographic studio.

In addition to the Schools requirements, the Academy offers a range of corporate conference and event facilities for both internal and external clients.

The Café is open Monday-Friday from 8am – 6pm serving a range of sandwiches and salads, main meals, desserts and drinks.

Facilities

  • Computer rooms
  • Catering

General Information

Address: 2 Duckinfield Street L3 5RD

Age: since 2008

Gross floor area: 11608 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00


Redmonds Building

A central driver to the design of the building has been the creation of a range of social and learning spaces for students. Central to the World of Work agenda, the aim is to create an environment that will encourage students to stay and work within the building. We want students to feel confident in the building, enhancing their problem solving, knowledge transfer, interaction with academic staff and each other.

Facilities

  • Bicycle stands
  • Catering
  • Computer rooms
  • Lecture theatres

General Information

Address: Redmonds Building, Brownlow Hill L3 5UG

Age: since 2012

Gross floor area: 11500 Sq M

Opening times

Teaching weeks: 06.45 - 21.00

Outside of teaching weeks: 06.45 - 19.00


Rodney House

The building on the corner of Mount Pleasant and Rodney Street was formerly the Ethel Wormald College of Education.The adjacent building is considerably older and is Listed Grade II.It houses the Charlie Robertson Centre which is named to commemorate one of the University's students.This building is in the Rodney Street Conservation Area.

The International Study Group and the Centre for Entrepreneurship are based here.

Facilities

  • Car parking

General Information

Address: 70 Mount Pleasant L3 5UX

Age: 19th Century

Gross floor area: 3135 Sq M