The University of Brighton Falmer campus remains closed due to a gas leak

A university campus remains closed after a gas leak.

The leak was reported around 9am this morning at the University of Brighton’s Falmer campus.

All academic buildings are closed while Southern Gas Networks conducts investigations.

Closed sites include the Falmer Library, Checkland Building, Dallington House, Westlain House and Bevendean House.

The Argus: The Checkland building on the University of Brighton's Falmer campusThe Checkland Building on the University of Brighton’s Falmer campus

A university spokesman said: “Southern Gas Networks continues to conduct urgent investigations into the gas network on our Falmer campus.

“At your request, all academic buildings will remain closed. Ringmer House, Paddock Fields and Great Wilkins residence halls remain open and operational.

“The UB1 bus continues to stop in Falmer, access to Falmer train station is unaffected and Brighton and Hove buses have now resumed services to the Falmer campus.

“We continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide another update later this afternoon.”

Brighton and Hove Buses route 25 was unable to serve any stops on campus in the morning. The University of Brighton Falmer campus remains closed due to a gas leak

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