Naming our landmarks

12 October 2009

New UCT SportsfieldThe Naming of Buildings Committee (NOBC) is responsible for identifying appropriate names for buildings, open spaces, lecture halls and rooms, and makes recommendations for these to Council. The NOBC is calling for proposals from the UCT Community for the naming of the following buildings:

  • the proposed Observatory Square residence project;
  • 5 Main Road, Mowbray, which will house ICTS;
  • Shell Court in the Forest Hill Complex, which houses the Properties and Services Department;
  • Mill Court, next to Shell Court, which will, among other functions, house the Administrative Archives;
  • 2 Rhodes Avenue, which houses the Purchasing and Procurement Department, the Research and Innovation Office, and the Research, Contracts and Intellectual Property Services Office;
  • Exair, which is to become student housing in 2010;
  • the new Economics Building on the middle campus;
  • the new Student Administration Building on the middle campus;
  • the new all-weather-surface soccer complex on the old showgrounds site;
  • the new gymnasium at the swimming pool area;
  • the Commerce Building on the Hiddingh Campus;
  • the Princess Christian Home; and
  • the Edwin Hart Annexe to the PCH.

Fully motivated proposals should be submitted by email to the Registrar's Secretariat, Marius Lund, or by delivery to Room 144, Bremner Building, Lover's Walk, Rondebosch by no later than 31 October 2009.

For further information please call Marius Lund on 021 650 4004.

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12 Oct 2009

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