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The University of Queensland is preparing a master plan for its St Lucia campus. The plan will present a long-range vision for development, with the capability to adapt to the changing academic and research environment.
UQ is committed to involving the community in the development of the Master Plan. This includes UQ students and staff, and people who live and work in the surrounding suburbs.
The University held two community information sessions on 19th November 2016, and a further two information sessions on 25th March 2017, to share and discuss the contents of the St Lucia Campus Draft Master Plan. Feedback on the Draft Master Plan will be considered before the Master Plan is finalised and released in mid-2017.
At the community information sessions on the 19th November 2016, the University sought feedback on the proposed design of the Student Residences Project. Just over 100 community members spoke to University staff and consultant technical experts and had their say on these significant projects. The information that was displayed on the day can be found at the links below:
The University of Queensland will be holding staff and student information sessions on April 4th and 5th to share and discuss the contents of the St Lucia Draft Master Plan.
Feedback on the Draft Master Plan will be considered before the Master Plan is finalised and released in mid-2017. Come along and speak to the Master Planning team and consultant technical experts and have your say on this significant project.
The University has established a Community Reference Group (CRG) to provide input and feedback into the University’s master planning process through 2016. The CRG is one of many opportunities for the community to engage in this process. It will enhance communication between the University and the community and complement other elements of community engagement also underway.
The University is reviewing the early draft of the St Lucia Campus Master Plan in response to initial community and stakeholder feedback. The University thanks the community and stakeholders for their contributions to the master planning process and acknowledges their concerns. The Master Plan process has been running throughout 2016, underpinned by a detailed stakeholder and community engagement program, including the establishment of the Community Reference Group, focus groups, community information sessions and stakeholder briefings.