New conference facilities
The Lyth Building, which will open in 2020, is located right at the heart of Brackenhurst Campus. Brackenhurst is situated just 14 miles from Nottingham city centre, close to the town of Southwell. The building is named after Philip Lyth, the first Principal of the Nottinghamshire Farm Institute at Brackenhurst in 1949 and author of numerous books on rural history.
As the University’s centre of learning for Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, Brackenhurst Campus is the crown jewel in NTU’s commitment to sustainability.
A space for learning
The Lyth Building brings an important learning and teaching space to the campus which will be available for commercial business during vacation and at weekends throughout the year.
With a focus on learning, this self-contained space boasts:
- 200-seat lecture theatre with retractable seating
- Exhibition and informal networking space
- State of the art teaching and research rooms
- Open reception area
A countryside setting
The flexibility of the Lyth Building makes it the perfect choice for meetings, conferences, training, teambuilding, exhibitions, banqueting and events. Surrounded by 500 acres of beautiful Nottinghamshire countryside, it lends itself to organisations looking to present their products or services within a classroom environment or outdoors. Larger events can also utilise the adjacent Bramley building for additional breakout and syndicate space.
Accommodation can be sourced locally, and during summer vacation the en-suite student residences provide the perfect rural retreat, keeping your delegates on campus.
Brackenhurst Campus has a regular bus service to Nottingham city centre and is easily accessible from key road networks.