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Posted on 14/05/2020
Works will soon commence on the new state of the art Charles Darwin University City Campus, with tenders predicted to be issued to a variety of shortlisted contractors in the next few weeks.
The construction project has been able to go ahead as the Darwin City Council has transferred ownership of the Cavenagh Street carpark over to the university.
Hundreds of new jobs will be brought to the university and the construction industry in Darwin when the project commences.
Thousands of new students will use the facilities which will be a boost for local businesses, a much-welcomed increase.
Analysts at Deloitte Access Economics found that the CBD campus will increase economic output in the Darwin region by more than $250 million over the next 15 years as well as sustaining over 100 jobs by 2023.
The new education precinct is a $225 million project which has an estimated completion date of early 2024.
The project is part of the wider $200 million Darwin City Deal which aims to improve critical pieces of public infrastructure around the immediate city region.
Michael Gunner, Northern Territory’s chief minister said that the territory government is revitalising the CBD to bring students into the region and support local businesses and job growth.
“This is just another part of our work to make sure the Territory bounces back strong after the coronavirus crisis,” Gunner said.
“Getting major projects started as fast as possible allows for jobs to be created now, and for local businesses to be supported now.
“This is about getting our tradies out on the tools working on worthwhile, quality infrastructure.”
Member of Port Darwin, Paul Kirby said that the Territory Government continues to make the CBD of Darwin a more vibrant and attractive place for people to congregate and enjoy.
“This landmark initiative will be a key driver in revitalising our CBD and making it a much-loved destination for visitors, attracting new residents and encouraging broader investment. This is also a boost to local business and a boost for local jobs,” Kirby said.
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