Ivey West and Memorial Hall redevelopment

Ivey West Apr 22 smaller

Damaged icons to rise again

The Category 1 historic buildings were severely damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes

Ivey Hall West Wing

Ivey Hall west wing in earlier times

Once redeveloped, Ivey Hall west wing will be home to the University's senior leadership team

In late 2022, Lincoln University announced a project to reconstruct and restore Ivey West and Memorial Hall, two of the University’s most recognisable buildings which were severely damaged in the 2010/2011Canterbury earthquakes.

The redevelopment project, which commenced in December 2022, involves structural strengthening, weathertightness and internal refurbishment works for the revered buildings.

Prior to the earthquakes, these iconic Category 1 historic buildings afforded a striking focal point to the Lincoln campus, but since 2010 they have been sequestered behind safety fencing while options for reconstruction were considered.

So it has been a huge boost for Lincoln University to be able to confirm to the community the redevelopment of these buildings and their eventual redeployment as key campus assets.

Read about the redevelopment project

Full details of the redevelopment projec…