Peterborough university hoardings replaced after errors pointed out
Hoardings surrounding the Peterborough University building site have been replaced after a number of errors were spotted on the original boards.
The hoardings include a timeline showing Peterborough’s history, going back hundreds of years.
Errors, which included mistakes regarding dates printed on the boards, and even a back-to-front picture of Peterborough Cathedral, were pointed out at the beginning of April.
After the mistakes were pointed out, an ARU Peterborough spokesperson said: “We are delighted the university development is gaining so much interest. Magnificent new replacement panels, showcasing Peterborough’s proud history, will be on display at the site very soon.”
The boards have now been replaced.
The university, run by Anglia Ruskin University,is set to open its doors to 2,000 students in 2022, with an ambition to offer university courses for up to 12,500 by 2030.