Our work directly supports the University Space Policy (PDF, 28.8KB), including the drafting of spatial standards for common activities.
The main reasons that your Department might contact Space Management will be:
Inability to house all our activities in the existing spatial configuration
To plan a change of space in order to meet new teaching or research requirements
For reports of analysis of the space your Faculty or Division occupies
To provide a commentary on a new initiative pre or post CIPB (Capital Investment Programme Board) submission
To establish correct numbers/names of buildings
To request access and training to view the spatial database - CARB
To let us know that you are no longer using a portfolio of space.
The main reasons that Space Management may contact your Department will be:
To resolve a question about the usage of your existing space
To discuss the long term planning of your Department's spatial footprint
As part of a University spatial audit
To share reports or data that may be helpful to your planning process.
Space Management maintains the University's spatial databases, including the CAD library. For further information on the procedures for University of Bristol staff, please follow the link to the CAD Wiki site. If you are an external visitor please follow the relevant links below:
The University of Bristol CAD Standards (PDF, 483Kb) These CAD Standards are to be applied to the creation or editing of any CAD drawings/ files (.dwg), whether they are created by UoB internal staff or external contractors and consultants.
Space Management is a small team with a significant portion of its time earmarked for work arising out of University core objectives. As such, it is best to provide us with as much notice as possible of any assistance you may need, particularly if you require additional space. Please note that we can only allocate resources for new initiatives (such as a new research group) within the envelope of resources set by the Capital Investment Programme Board (CIPB). We can work with you to identify spatial options for inclusion in your bid to CIPB.
Space Management Lower Ground Floor Senate House Tyndall Avenue Bristol BS8 1TH