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The campus opened in 1999, and is located about a mile to the east of the main University Park Campus on the site of the former Raleigh Bicycle Company factory.

The campus plan and the buildings for first phase of the campus were designed by the architects Michael Hopkins and Partners following selection through an architectural design competition managed by RIBA Competitions and won the 2000 BCI Award for "Building of the Year" and the 2001 RIBA Journal Sustainability Award.

The campus name derives from the fact that 1998 was the Golden Jubilee of the granting of the Royal Charter that made the University an independent degree-granting organisation.

Like the University Park Campus Jubilee has been constructed around an artificial lake and with similar green surroundings.

The University of Nottingham operates from four campuses in Nottinghamshire and from two overseas campuses, one in Ningbo, China and the other in Semenyih, Malaysia.

The Ningbo campus was officially opened on 23 February 2005 by the then British Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, in the presence of Chinese education minister Zhou Ji and State Counsellor Chen Zhili.

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Aspire stands for the ambition, knowledge and world leading innovation of The University of Nottingham.The Portland Building is faced with Portland stone but is actually named after William Arthur Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, 7th Duke of Portland, who was the university's second chancellor.It houses the University of Nottingham Students' Union, URN – Student Radio for Nottingham and NSTV - Student Television for Nottingham.In the case of the China campus this includes an exact replica of the clock tower. It is named after Dr Bertrand Hallward, first vice-chancellor of the university.The Hallward Library, the principal library of the University of Nottingham, was opened in 1972. It houses the university's arts, humanities, law and social sciences collections and a European Documentation Centre.

Aspire stands for the ambition, knowledge and world leading innovation of The University of Nottingham.

The Portland Building is faced with Portland stone but is actually named after William Arthur Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, 7th Duke of Portland, who was the university's second chancellor.

It houses the University of Nottingham Students' Union, URN – Student Radio for Nottingham and NSTV - Student Television for Nottingham.

In the case of the China campus this includes an exact replica of the clock tower. It is named after Dr Bertrand Hallward, first vice-chancellor of the university.

The Hallward Library, the principal library of the University of Nottingham, was opened in 1972. It houses the university's arts, humanities, law and social sciences collections and a European Documentation Centre.

The Hopkins buildings also contains many innovative environmental elements such as living roofs (Sedum) aiding storm drainage, insulation and promoting biodiversity, and solar panels.