The Tasmanian Government has made the decision to sell via a three stage tender process the site known as ‘parliament square’, Hobart, Tasmania.
The parliament square site comprises eight Government buildings along with part of the Parliamentary Annex:
- 10 Murray Street;
- 12 Murray Street;
- 34 Davey Street;
- 34 West Davey Street;
- 36 Davey Street;
- The Red Brick Building;
- 2-4 Salamanca Place; and
- 6 Salamanca Place.
The site has an overall area of approximately 8 100 square metres (subject to survey) and is located within Hobart's Waterfront Precinct immediately adjacent to Tasmania's Parliament and Hobart's Central Business District with frontages to Murray Street, Davey Street and the renowned Salamanca Place.
An exhibition of the conceptual site designs is open to public viewing from 22 April 2009 to 3 June 2009 at 2-4 Salamanca Place, Hobart. For more information about the parliament square Final Design Concept Exhibition and to see images of the exhibition, view the Consultation section on this site.
Further information on parliament square can be found here.