More unis with property plans

The builder also known as the University of Tasmania announces expansion of its new Launceston campus and that’s before sod-all is turned

The university originally expected the new Inveresk precinct to cost $240m but what with federal commitments and private sector investment, there is now $344m committed.  Plans are now out for the three-stage project, set for completion by 2024. According to the university it will, “increase access to education, attract students to the city, boost the region’s economy.”

The university also has a major plan to move much of its Hobart campus from suburban Sandy Bay into the CBD

And in Bathurst Charles Sturt U wants to take gown into town

Learned readers say CSU is interested into a downtown presence, nothing major mind, but something to connect with the community. The university’s Bathurst campus is just out of town.

They join Curtin and Flinders universities, which have announced major property developments in the last month.


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