St Lucia Campus Draft Master Plan

The University of Queensland is excited to be presenting the Draft Master Plan to our students, staff, local community and other stakeholders. The Draft Master Plan has been informed by prior consultations, engagement and technical investigations and sets out our ambitions for the St Lucia Campus over the next 20 years.

We have listened to feedback provided on the Key Directions Paper (November 2016) and worked hard to understand and respond appropriately to concerns and opportunities that have been raised. The University has engaged with Brisbane City Council and the Queensland Government to discuss our priorities and how we can work with them to advance our shared vision for the city and the state.

Have Your Say

The St Lucia Campus Master Plan will provide the strategic framework for future development of the University’s main campus in St Lucia, Brisbane. The Draft Master Plan has a strong focus on opening up the campus and its facilities for broader community use and benefit.

The Draft Master Plan and supporting technical documents can be seen below:

The public consultation period for the Draft Master Plan ran from Monday 13 March - Friday 28 April 2017 and is now closed.  Thank you for your contributions and submissions.  These will now be reviewed and considered before the Master Plan is finalised later this year, 2017.

 

UQ Staff and Student Information Sessions

The University held staff and student information sessions on April 4th and 5th to share and discuss the contents of the St Lucia Draft Master Plan. 

Staff and students came along and talked to the Master Planning team and consultant technical experts and had their say on this significant project. 

Feedback on the Draft Master Plan will be considered before the Master Plan is finalised and released in late 2017. 

 

Comments and Submissions

The consultation period for the Master Plan has now closed.  Thank you to all who provided comments and feedback.