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Aberystwyth University has approved a £12m funding package to redevelop its Welsh language halls. The plan is to create 200 en-suite bedrooms with public spaces for community and student use. Pantycelyn was designed by the architect Sir Percy Thomas and opened its doors as a student hall of residence in 1951. It was one of the first buildings on Penglais Campus and marked the beginning of a move away from the college by the sea to the college on the hill. In 1974, Pantycelyn was designated a Welsh hall of residence and became a focus of Welsh speaking life at Aberystwyth University. Since then, the building on Penglais hill has been the home of the Welsh-speaking students’ union UMCA, as well as Aelwyd Pantycelyn and the Cymdeithas Y Geltaidd society. Lawrays Architects were appointed in June 2016 to work on detailed plans for the refurbishment and we are now looking for a client-side Senior Project Manager to take the project through to delivery.
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