A development application has been lodged for the internal fitout and refurbishment of an existing buildings to extend an existing university facility, located at 308 Queen Street and 88 Creek Street, Brisbane City.
Designed by BVN, the proposal is for internal fit out four floors with two existing buildings to facilitate the spaces required to accommodated the floor plan design for the university requirements.
The ground floor of 308 Queen Street is to be refurbished, including a new lift corridor installed and will be shared for both buildings. 88 Creek Street will be completely fitted out on floors 1-4 and the basement will fitted out with end of trip facilities.
The proposal includes the refurbish and repair the external stone façade fronting the Queen Street Mall.
308 Queen Street
– Ground Floor fitout and finishes to suit the University
– Creation of a new lift well entry, to the shared lift
– Refurbishment/repair of external stone façade.
88 Creek Street
– Fitout and finishes at Levels 1-4 to suit the Educational Establishment use;
– Refurbishment of fire stairs; and
– Installation of new active travel end of trip facilities in basement.
The planners at Urbis state, “facilitating the undertaking of an increasingly varied array of activities in an existing building, adapting to economic demand for the way The University of Queensland services are delivered”.
“Adding a use that is appropriate for the zone, by complementing the wide array of transport connections to the CBD, along proximity of student accommodation and the wide array of other economic activity in the CBD”.
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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 28 June 2021
– Council Reference: A005770473
– Address: 180 Queen Street, Brisbane City
– Zone: Principal Centre
– Neighbourhood Plan: City Centre
– Application Report: Urbis
– Architectural Plans: BVN
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview
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