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BSR News Winter 2015-16

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING PROJECT

After an extremely busy six months, we have, effectively, drawn the project to a successful close: our roof has been insulated and made watertight; our studios have new double-glazed windows and skylights; our gallery is temperature and humidity controlled; our 1960s Library basement has been treated to reduce substantially its humidity; our new boiler will now deliver heating and hot water at much greater efficiency, and is aided by solar panels. Once the heating units in the Sainsbury Lecture Theatre have been improved and the Director’s Garden is restored, the project will be complete.

All of this means that the Library is once again open to the public, and that our Residence is operating at full capacity.