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Why couldn’t Queen Margaret University re-build on its existing campuses?

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Why couldn’t Queen Margaret University re-build on its existing campuses?

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Staying at Corstorphine and rebuilding on the existing Corstorphine site was considered. There would, however, be no capital receipt from the sale of the land to build a new campus, therefore students and staff would have to live on a building site for at least ten years. In addition, students and staff, as well as builders, would find the site difficult to access.

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