Stage 2 and 3 designs unveiled for Inveresk

Designs have been revealed for the River’s Edge and Willis Street buildings – the final major buildings of the University of Tasmania’s new Launceston campus. Development applications for the River’s Edge and the Willis Street buildings have been submitted, with… Continue Reading →

Major construction tender awarded for Launceston’s biggest development

Northern firm Vos Construction has secured the first major construction tender for the University of Tasmania’s Inveresk campus, part of Launceston’s biggest ever infrastructure project. The $21.7 million contract for the University’s Library and Student Experience building will provide vital… Continue Reading →

Parking Plan for Inveresk Precinct

The University and the City of Launceston have worked collaboratively to develop a parking solution for the whole of the Inveresk Precinct that serves the public demand and provides additional car spaces to meet increased demand due to the relocation… Continue Reading →

Work begins at Inveresk

Over 150 members of the community, staff and students gathered at Inveresk today for a community BBQ to celebrate construction starting for the new campus. Piling work has started to prepare the foundations, undertaken by local specialists BridgePro Engineering, and… Continue Reading →

Rowing Challenge and River Run success for the North

A friendly rivalry brought the community together on the banks of the Tamar for the 2019 VC’s Challenge and River Run on Sunday 24 November. The events aimed to encourage participation in sport and strengthen links between the University and the community…. Continue Reading →

Inveresk DA approved and early-works started at West Park

We are excited to share details of key milestones which have been reached in the University’s Northern Transformation Program. Inveresk: Our development application for Stage One of the Inveresk Precinct Plan (the Library and Student Services building) was approved by… Continue Reading →

Art meets science to unveil impact of plastic pollution

The growing problem of plastic pollution in the world’s oceans is the focus of an environmental education program in the North-West. Vanishing Point: Unseen is an arts-meets-science collaboration presented by the University of Tasmania as part of this year’s Burnie Shines festival. It… Continue Reading →

New pedestrian and cycle bridge to Inveresk Precinct

A pedestrian and cycle bridge linking Inveresk to Boland St will be included in the first stage of development for the University of Tasmania’s new campus at Inveresk. Part of the Northern Transformation Project, the campus will strengthen the connections… Continue Reading →

Morphologica is growing at Inveresk

On Saturday 11 May, the first of a series of ‘Seed Points’ was installed at Inveresk by artist Dr Linda Erceg. The Ephemeral Art Project will grow and evolve over the course of a year, as part of the University… Continue Reading →

Free community workouts at Inveresk

As part of a program of activities being run at Inveresk while the new campus is being developed, we are offering FREE 30-min workouts available to students, staff and the community: Wednesdays 1pm: CIRCUIT Thursdays 1pm: PILATES   The program will… Continue Reading →

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