The project includes Hartpury constructing new facilities for Gloucester's exclusive use, comprising gym equipment, rehabilitation facilities and offices for the club's coaching and conditioning staff.
This is a massive upgrade on the current arrangement which sees Gloucester's players and coaches currently sharing existing facilities open to general college use.
The new facilities will accord Gloucester more privacy and allow the squad to focus more on their training without the distractions caused by the constant presence of onlookers.
Ryan Walkinshaw told revealed news of the new deal to The Gloucester Citizen and feels that this latest joint venture only serves to strengthen still further the already strong Gloucester-Hartpury relationship.
The likes of Dave Lewis, Jonny May and Henry Trinder have all represented the college in recent years on their way to making the Gloucester Rugby first team squad with Ryan Mills and Dan Robson currently on the same path.
"Hartpury's record of success and development speaks for itself, it's second to none. Gloucester Rugby already has a rich history of working strongly with the college to produce top-quality talent.
"And we are delighted that it will continue to flourish, but also go from strength to strength with the new initiatives.
"We are hugely committed to producing the highest-level possible of local talent, players who will progress through the existing system to benefit from the Hartpury set-up and the Gloucester set-up at the same time.
"We want players we develop ourselves, in tandem with Hartpury, and we want to see them achieve the highest accolades at Kingsholm, and stay with us for the bulk of their careers.
"That's already happening, and this only serves to ensure that those established processes will continue, and continue to improve."
Hartpury College Principal and Assistant Vice Chancellor Malcolm Wharton said securing Gloucester's continued presence is a clear boost.
"We are absolutely delighted with this deal. It just goes to underline the continuing strength of the relationship.
"To have your work endorsed by a professional and top-flight team continues to be a fantastic boost for everything we do. At Hartpury clearly we benefit from having Gloucester base their training on-site, but they have also benefited from the players we produce in our joint operations.
"Another added benefit for the college is that the existing facilities that Gloucester will not be using in future will be open to staff and students.
"With the increasing number of staff and students that extra provision will be important."