Setting the foundation—Proposed Ministerial designation of premises for development of infrastructure under the Planning Act 2016
St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School has requested that the Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning designate our premises at 11 Petrie Street, Ascot, Queensland for:
- facilities at which an education and care service under the Education and Care Services National Law (Queensland) is operated.
This Proposed Infrastructure Designation has been requested in accordance with Chapter 2, Part 5 of the Planning Act 2016.
The proposed Infrastructure Designation applies to the land owned by the Sacred Advent Schools Pty Ltd (the owner of the assets and operations of the school) and bounded by:
- Lapraik Street
- Comus Avenue
- Petrie Street and Butler Street
- Towers Street and Butler Street.
The land can be seen in the following aerial photograph.
Source: Nearmap, 2017
The school’s education facilities in Ascot are intended
to be used to:
educate students from Pre-Prep to Year 12
provide before and after school care
provide care for children under 4 years of age
provide accommodation for persons associated
with the school.
If the Infrastructure Designation is approved, the
school’s premises at 11 Petrie Street, Ascot will be identified as being
available for education facilities and facilities at which an education and
care service under the Education and Care Services National Law (Queensland) is
operated. This designation would acknowledge and reflect what the school uses
this land for today.
Find out more about the proposed Infrastructure
Designation here (PDF 1.5MB).
Appendices to the Draft Environmental Assessment Report
Appendix A1 (PDF 213.4KB)
Appendix A2 (PDF 18.5MB)
Appendix A3 (PDF 3.4MB)
Appendix A4 (PDF 11.5MB)
Appendix A5 (PDF 2MB)
Appendix A6 (PDF 2.6MB)
Appendix A7 (PDF 11.2MB)
Appendix A8 (PDF 1.2MB)
Appendix A9 (PDF 727.8KB)
Appendix A10 (PDF 2.1MB)
Appendix A11 (PDF 2.7MB)
Rejuvenating our facilities—Sports Precinct
part of our ongoing master planning for the school, we have identified
opportunities to rejuvenate and redevelop parts of our school to help us
function more efficiently. The first stage of this rejuvenation, and the
primary focus of the proposed Infrastructure Designation, is the development of
a Sports Precinct, located within the northern portion of the land.
delivery of the Sports Precinct is a priority for the school, as our existing
pool is 45 years old and is reaching the end of its ‘life’. This has presented
an opportunity to relocate the pool and create a Sports Precinct that provides
more modern facilities to cater for the sporting pursuits of our students.
out more about the proposed Sports Precinct here (PDF 729.9KB).
Having your say
To have your say about the proposed Infrastructure Designation
and the proposed Sports Precinct, you can make a submission to the Minister for
State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning at the Hon
Cameron Dick via:
· mail addressed to the Department of State Development, Manufacturing,
Infrastructure and Planning – Planning Group, PO Box 15009, City East, QLD,
· email to email@example.com.
Please note: if
you make a submission it should
be clearly marked as ‘Proposed Ministerial infrastructure designation
for the development of St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School’
be in writing, dated and signed by each person or entity who made the
state the name and address of each person or entity who made the
state the grounds (or reasons) of the submission and the facts and
circumstances relied on in support of the grounds.
Any submission must be received by the Minister before 5pm on 14 May 2018.
If you have any questions about the proposed
Infrastructure Designation or the proposed Sports Precinct, please contact Toni
Williams on 3862 0777.