Browse news and stories about Oxford University’s Life and Mind Building. The Life and Mind Building is the largest building project the University has ever undertaken. It will be home to the Department of Experimental Psychology and a new Department of Biology, combining the existing Departments of Plant Sciences and Zoology.
The building represents the largest building project ever undertaken on behalf of the university and will be its biggest teaching and research facility.
Designed by internationally renowned architect practice NBBJ, the building will house the Departments of Experimental Psychology and Biology, including Plant Sciences and Zoology.
The Tinbergen building – located on the junction of St Cross Road and South Parks Road – was the University’s largest teaching and research building before its closure in February 2017.
Legal & General has announced that it will fund and deliver the new £200m life and mind sciences building with the University of Oxford.
A public consultation event is scheduled for June 2020, and the University will be submitting a planning application to Oxford City Council by June 2020.
The demolished Tinbergen building will be replaced with a new world-class centre for life and mind sciences, the provisionally-titled Life and Mind Building.
Legal & General is providing Oxford University with the funding over 10 years for 1,000 homes for staff and 1,000 units of accommodation for students across various sites in and around the city.
Oxford University plans Tinbergen building redevelopment with state-of-the-art building for Experimental Psychology, Plant Sciences and Zoology departments.