Brisbane's knowledge corridor and precincts

Brisbane's knowledge corridor runs north to south through Brisbane's inner city, featuring clusters of knowledge-based businesses, universities, research institutes and hospitals. The corridor represents Queensland's largest collection of knowledge-intensive industries.

Brisbane's knowledge corridor will be traversed by Brisbane Metro and Cross River Rail. Both major infrastructure projects will transform the corridor, and provide a catalyst for investment and urban renewal in key precincts within the corridor - including Exhibition, Roma Street, Albert Street, Woolloongabba and Boggo Road.

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Framework and renewal strategies

Brisbane's knowledge corridor: a framework for connecting people, places and ideas serves as an overarching strategy for advancing the role of the knowledge corridor that runs through Brisbane's inner-city. The framework is a starting point for the urban renewal process and is supported by a series of renewal strategies to guide the transformation of the five key precincts along the knowledge corridor. Renewal strategies have been developed for the Exhibition, Roma Street, Albert Street, Woolloongabba and Boggo Road precincts to provide more detailed guidance for each of these individual precincts. Consultation on these documents was open from 18 May to 29 June 2020.

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Community consultation was open from 18 May to 29 June 2020 on the framework and all five precinct renewal strategy documents. This feedback was considered by Council and informed the final framework document and renewal strategies.

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