St Lucia
Draft Site Development Plan

At The University of Queensland, we take great pride in our stunning St Lucia campus, renowned as one of the most attractive in Australia.

In an ever-changing environment, we must be able to adapt and adjust to meet the evolving needs of our students, collaborators and community partners.

We are undertaking a public consultation process for a proposed new Site Development Plan (SDP).

There have been significant changes to the way education and research are delivered since the previous SDP was approved 12 years ago.

The new SDP will help us ensure the campus continues to meet the needs of the University as we deliver unparalleled teaching, learning and research excellence.

At the same time, it will facilitate enhancement of the campus as a highly-connected hub for the St Lucia community and an asset that contributes to the economic well-being and liveability of the wider city of Brisbane.

The SDP is designed to guide development on land covered by the University’s Community Infrastructure Designation, and complements the St Lucia Campus Master Plan by identifying potential development sites and guiding design and land use.

UQ is committed to protecting our heritage and our magnificent riverside parklands, to respecting Indigenous peoples and adhering to sustainable practices throughout the SDP process.

To find out more information, including project timelines, read the August 2018 Project newsletter. The SDP is open to public consultation until 3 October 2018. Feedback can be provided through an online survey or by emailing

 Have your say

Please note that the public consultation period has been extended.
We encourage interested stakeholders, including members of the St Lucia community, to make submissions during the public consultation period until 3 October 2018.

  Complete the survey   Email your feedback

All submissions received during the public consultation period will be compiled into a report which will inform potential amendments or additions to the draft SDP.