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Question on Notice: Prahran State Secondary School Site

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
19 January 2016

QUESTION ON NOTICE — Mr Hibbins to ask the Minister for Education — 

Has an agreement been reached between the Victorian Government and Swinburne University for the sale, lease and/or use of land for the Prahran State Secondary School at the former Swinburne Prahran Campus.

 The Minister for Education:  I am informed as follows:

The Department of Education and Training is negotiating with Swinburne University for the purchase or lease of building PA on the Swinburne Prahran Campus. To facilitate these negotiations and at the request of both groups, a valuation of the property has recently been completed by the Valuer-General. We hope to come to a formal agreement once all relevant matters have been discussed.

The Hon James Merlino MP

Deputy Premier

Minister for Education

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
19 January 2016
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