University of Tasmania pushes ahead with move in Hobart central business district | ABC News

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It’s prime land in one of Hobart’s wealthiest suburbs.

And as the University of Tasmania progresses with it’s move into the Hobart central business district, it’s making ambitious plans for its Sandy Bay campus.

They include two and a half thousand new homes.

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