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Townsville Concert Hall

In December 2016, the Townsville City Deal is a 15-year commitment between all three tiers of government that aims to support a prosperous economic future for Townsville, position Townsville as a vibrant, liveable and innovative city and unlock the potential for business and industry development. The Townsville City Deal was being delivered through a range of commitments across six key initiatives. One of these initiatives includes a focus on establishing Townsville as the capital of North Queensland and includes commitment to the delivery of new cultural and entertainment infrastructure.

AEC was engaged by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts to undertake the Townsville Concert Hall and Culture Precinct Detailed Business Case in conjunction with AECOM. The Business Case includes detailed stakeholder engagement with the local arts and cultural community, with the stakeholder engagement forming a key input into the development of a service need.

In developing the Business Case, AEC are also considering options for the infrastructure such as site options, asset delivery considerations and facility options. The analysis also includes detailed consideration including design, financial and economic appraisal, risk analysis and legal, regulatory and approvals pathway.


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