Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News > New Building > New Building Update

New Building Update

An update on how the new building at Hills Road is progressing.

New Building Frame
New Building Frame

Work is progressing swiftly with the transformation of the stable block into a new three-storey building. The frame has been put in place giving us more of an idea of what the final building will actually look like and how tall it will be.

An artist’s impression of the new building has been pictured below showing how it will fit in next to the Music Recital Room. Students will be able to use these enhanced facilities to strengthen the quality of learning already received at Hills Road.

The project is currently on track and should be completed by spring 2016 ready for the summer.

Similar stories

Stable Block

Farewell to the ‘Stable Block’

A new three-storey building, which is planned for completion in spring 2016, will replace the out-dated huts, otherwise known as the ‘stable block’. More...

Georgia (in green jacket) with Friends
5 Questions with Georgina Elsey

Georgina answers 5 questions and shares some interesting stories and photographs from her time at Hills Road. More...

Sian (far left) with friends in the quad
Sian Morley-Smith answers 5 questions

Sian answers 5 questions and shares some embarrassing pictures (and stories) from her time at Hills Road! More...

Facebook, Twitter - what's next?
Hills Road takes on social media!

Facebook and Twitter welcome new Hills Road alumni accounts More...

Ian Harvey receiving his medal from Professor Dame Jean Thomas FRS
Ian Harvey receives the Society of Biology's President's Medal

A love and contribution to Biology in Cambridge alongside 40 years of commitment to Hills Road earns Ian Harvey the Soci… More...

Most read

The team: Jack third from right, Isobel socond from left
Hills Road Alumni Jack and Isobel working to reduce reoffending

Hills Road Alumni Jack Merritt and Isobel Rowbotham work with the Learning Together initiative where students based at the University of Cambridge and… More...

Class of 1960 Reunion Weekend!

Members of the Class of 1960 met up recently to reminisce about their time at The Cambridgeshire High School for Boys. More...

Jack Merritt
The tragic loss of former Hills student, Jack Merritt

We are deeply saddened by the sudden and untimely death of 25-year-old Jack Merritt, former Hills Road Sixth Form College student from 2011 to 2013. More...

This website is powered by
ToucanTech