The Palaszczuk Government is investing over $1.9 million to provide world-class education infrastructure for students in Logan.
Member for Logan Linus Power said he was pleased to see almost $800,000 going towards maintenance and minor works for schools in his electorate.
“Delivering education infrastructure is important and doing so means our students will be learning in the best environments,” he said.
“One great example is the $140,000 of funding that will build a new covered area at Park Ridge State High School to create a better learning environment.”
Schools that have been allocated funding for maintenance and minor works in Logan are:
Boronia Heights State School Jimboomba State School
Logan Reserve State School
Logan Village State School
Park Ridge State High School
Park Ridge State School
Regents Park State School Yarrabilba State School
Yarrabilba State Secondary College
Part of the infrastructure funding also includes a $1.2 million contribution to the Yarrabilba Hive. This new community space will create education, training, and employment opportunities.
“Construction on the Yarrabilba Hive will begin next year, creating 20 local jobs,” said Mr Power.
“This is a joint project between the State Government, Logan City Council, Brisbane Catholic Education and Lendlease. It will provide huge benefits to Yarrabilba and I am excited to see the project open for community use in 2021.”
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