A new campus at Inveresk
The University is building a new $260 million campus at Inveresk in the heart of Launceston. Inveresk has easy pedestrian, bike and public transport access, high visibility and integration with community and industry.
A new pedestrian and cycle bridge will further increase accessibility. The new campus will eventually house 16,000 students, researchers and staff, and includes student hubs and innovation spaces. Part of the campus will be devoted to teaching, while another part is earmarked for state-of-art research facilities, including a new Institute of Applied Science and Design.
The new buildings will complement the School of Architecture and Design, the Tasmanian College of the Arts and the 120-bed student accommodation development already at the site.
The Australian Maritime College will remain at the Newnham Campus as the foundation a new hi-tech design, engineering and manufacturing precinct.
It will be a very visible and accessible development that puts education at the heart of our community. We see the new campus as being central to the life of the city – a place which brings together academics and students, business and industry, along with community,
Social & Economic Impact
The new Inveresk campus is projected to create significant ongoing benefits in the north of the State.
Key achievements & milestones
Achievements to date:
- Advisory group established to guide development in line with broader city planning
- Design principles agreed with key partners
- Consultation underway as part of master planning process
- Consultation to formulate the master plan for the new Inveresk Campus
- Detailed design, including further consultation
- Development application process underway in second half of 2017
- Commence construction by end of 2017
We are keen to get your input into the new campus development and will be conducting extensive consultation throughout the masterplanning and design processes.
Details about consultation forums will be posted here as they are finalised.