Constantine College :: Shared Description

The ninth college at the University of York was named after the Roman Emperor, Constantine the Great. The college opened in 2014 on the Heslington East campus and consists of eight accommodation blocks (A, B, C, D, E, F, G & H) plus a college nucleus (called The Forum) consisting of two communal spaces called the Loft and the Studio along with college administration, laundrette and other facilities.
by DS Pugh
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SE6350 : Constantine B Block by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Constantine nucleus, G, F and A blocks by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Service road to Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Block H & D by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Looking towards Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Development on campus by DS Pugh
SE6350 : Constantine blocks B, F and A by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Constantine Block A by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Constantine College across the lake by DS Pugh
SE6350 : Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Construction in Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Path near Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Across Heslington East towards Constantine by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Along a drain by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Across the lake to Constantine by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Blocks in Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : End of the road by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Lake shore and Constantine College by DS Pugh
SE6450 : District heating pipes by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Constantine over the lake by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Constantine Block E by DS Pugh
SE6450 : Block F and Constantine nucleus by DS Pugh

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Created: Sat, 21 Mar 2015, Updated: Sat, 21 Mar 2015

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