A new campus at Inveresk
The University is building a new campus at Inveresk in the heart of Launceston. The campus will become central to the life of the city – a vibrant place where the community, business and industry, and the University can connect and collaborate.
- Easy pedestrian, bike and public transport access, high visibility and integration with community and industry
- A new pedestrian and cycle bridge will increase accessibility
- Student hubs and innovation spaces, purpose-built for effective teaching and learning
- State-of-art research facilities, including a new Institute for Applied Science and Design
- Outdoor spaces for recreation, community gardens, learning activities and events
The newly designed facilities will complement the School of Architecture and Design, the School of Creative Arts and Media and the 120-bed student accommodation development already at the site. The Australian Maritime College will remain at Newnham.
The story so far:
- Community engagement and master planning
- Project funding and land transfers
- Principal consultant architect appointed
- Inveresk Precinct Plan developed
- Course redevelopment commenced
- Development applications approved
- North Esk pedestrian and cycle bridge complete
- Northern car park partially open (off Forster St)
- Library, River's Edge, Willis Street and Urban Realm construction commenced
- Completion of stages 2 and 3
- Northern car park full completion
- Intensification works to upgrade existing Architecture and Design and Stone buildings
- Ongoing community involvement
- Staged campus transition to Inveresk
Community Walks at Inveresk are available monthly to provide regular updates on the project.
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Northern Transformation, Locked Bag 1321, Launceston TAS 7250.