This building was opened in 2003 and named after David Bellis, a former student who has gone on to become one of the borough’s most successful businessmen after founding the banknote manufacturer ‘Innovative Technology’.
Within the Bellis Building you will find facilities belonging to three faculties – Development Studies, Performing Arts and Construction & The Built Environment.
For Performing Arts there are dance studios and classrooms. Other facilities including a music, film and audio studios are based in Building B.
On the ground floor is a Learning Resource Centre with access to computers and online facilities.
Located behind Building B, the Morris Building is home to our Motor Vehicle programmes and offers state-of the-art workshops, tools and facilities.