How to contact us

Communication and Feedback

The main point of contact and information sharing is through the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre website. All information published about the project will be included on the website and when necessary retained for historic reference.

Site logistics presentations were given in March 2011 to the LSE community and neighbours of the St Philips site. Further presentations will be made in early and mid-2012 as the project progresses. Dates for these presentations will be published in a number of ways to try and reach all interested parties. Invitations will therefore be issued via the project website, Staff News, posters, email and mail drops.

Osborne issue a monthly project newsletter which is distributed by mail-drop to the surrounding buildings and will also be posted on the website. The LSE issue periodic newsletters to the LSE community which will are available to view on the project website.

An information point has been provided on the site hoarding which, as well as displaying general site signage, also has notice boards. The boards display timetables for major site activities, contact names and numbers, suggestion box, and general updates.

A live web cam| records ongoing progress with regard to the construction of the New Students' Centre and this is fed live to the project website. The camera also takes photographs of the project|.

The team have received praise| for the public presentation of the project.

For more information and to see the latest newsletter please visit Saw Swee Hock Student Centre News.|


"I did want to say how very impressed we all are with the public presentation of the project both around the site and most particularly on the web...  The building will clearly be a truly world class Architectural contribution."  

For full letter see link| (PDF)

C Alan Short,                             Professor of Architecture, University of Cambridge   November 2011