A group of University of Liverpool Architecture Masters students is seeking your views on campus, and how you would like to see it shaped in the future.
David Cryer, Tom Devine and Francesca O’Shea have been tasked with gathering information through social media platforms, as they work with fellow students to produce a masterplan of campus for the next 50 years.
They have identified some issues they regard as key; including transport and how to make campus more lively out-of-hours.
Do we need more late night cafes? Should entertainment, outside of that delivered by the Guild, be provided to students when most University buildings have closed for the night?
They are also interested in your favourite parts of campus.
Where do you go to relax? Do you have special places you like to return to? Or have your explorations of campus revealed hidden spots that others may not be aware of?
In total, 21 groups of fourth year Masters Architecture students are gathering data from a variety of sources, with the aim of collating all their information in a book to be produced at a later date.