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Renewal Project


A major development of the Summer Hill campus

Trinity is moving ahead with its plans for the next stage in the development of the Summer Hill campus. Our buildings and facilities have provided great service to generations of students. However, education in and for the 21st century brings new challenges and opportunities, and much of the School's built environment is ready for renewal.

The plan includes:

> A new five-storey building at the heart of the campus, which will provide flexible general-purpose teaching and learning facilities, along with a new focal point for the School's Reception, administrative offices and the relocated Arthur Holt Library. This building will sit between Number 2 Oval and the quadrangle, and between the Sports Centre and The James Wilson Hogg Assembly Hall, replacing the 1982 building known as 'New School'.

> The James Wilson Hogg Assembly Hall, The Roderick West School of Music, the Cafeteria and Founder's Building will all be refurbished as part of this development and The James Mills Drama Centre will be relocated as part of the creation of a Performing Arts Precinct.

> Number 3 Oval will be excavated to create an additional carpark which will be connected to the car park under Number 2 Oval to increase the School's capacity to manage parking and traffic. Number 3 Oval will be restored as a natural turf playing field.

> A new Multi-Purpose pavilion will be built between Number 1 Oval and Number 3 Oval, providing additional indoor court and event space.

> Connections around the School campus will be improved, particularly between the car parks and the Junior School, with particular attention given to providing better access through consistent ground levels.

> New maintenance and grounds facilities, which will be moved from the centre of the campus to the periphery, reducing potential interaction between students and operational traffic.

> The activation of more outdoor spaces within the campus, including a new Junior School playground, new pedestrian access from Prospect Rd, and the establishment of landscaped areas suitable for education and recreation.

*Indicative and subject to change

For more information please contact our Director of Development, Peter Wilson, on 02 9581 6140 or pwilson@trinity.nsw.edu.au

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