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Cambridge University Press

History of Cambridge University Press, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge

CUP moved to this location from Mill Lane and Trumpington Street in 1961-3. The building then was the Printing House by Beard, Bennett, Wilkins and Partners.

The Edinburgh Building to the north was built 1979-80 by International Design and Construction.

In 1993, the Cass Centre, a stripy little Postmodern pavilion was opened to the west to provide sports and social facilities.

Further information can be found on the Wikipedia entry.



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