Plans for a brand-new campus at the Canberra Institute of Technology have taken a step forward after the ACT government asked for public feedback on two final designs.
The project is set to be built in the Woden Town Centre and will accommodate up to 6,500 students, with the project estimated to cost $250 million.
Proposals for the 5000sqm site were announced at the back end of last year by chief minister Andrew Barr but have since been passed onto transport minister Chris Steel due to the pressures of COVID-19 on the government.
Construction for the new campus is due to start in early 2022, with the build set to take two years to complete and students expected on campus in 2024.
The ACT government hopes to tie up the plans later this year and has asked for the publics input on building heights and layout, green spaces, design features, connectivity to local facilities and public transport integration.