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School land swap mulled to ease Brisbane’s green space concerns

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The Queensland government is considering a land swap with Brisbane City Council to address objections around a loss of green space under the latest site proposed for an inner-west primary school.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced last year about $65 million had been allocated for the new school, one of four for the state’s south-east, with an initial round of consultation revealing community opposition to the preferred site within the grounds of Indooroopilly State High School.

Toowong’s Perrin Park precinct, seen in the right foreground, is one of two proposed sites for a new primary school for inner-west Brisbane. 

After further investigation, the department settled on a second option in Toowong’s Perrin Park precinct, which…



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