Works Start on Groundbreaking Sunbury Learning Centre

Member for Sunbury Josh Bull today announced the start of works on the Hume Global Learning Centre in Sunbury.

The $19 million project is supported by the Victorian Government through a $3 million Growing Suburbs Fund (GSF) grant.

Mr Bull said the new centre, located on Sunbury’s Macedon Street, will add a new element to social and educational infrastructure for Western Melbourne communities.

The site will include a state of the art digital library, technology and equipment hub and flexible multi-purpose community and activity meeting spaces including meeting and interview rooms.

It will also deliver a multiversity/computer and training space, conference facilities, cultural space, council customer services and spaces for business incubation or co-working.

Hume City Council has contributed $16 million towards the project.

Works are expected to be completed by June 2019.

Through the GSF, Victorian Government has contributed a total of $13.795 million to Hume City Council, including a $4.075 million allocation for upgrades to the Arena Pavilion and McMahon Recreation Reserve through the 2017-19 GSF round.

Quote attributable to Minister for Local Government, Marlene Kairouz

“The Victorian Government is proud to support the development of vital community learning centres and we’re excited to see what benefits this project will bring for the Sunbury community.”

Quote attributable to Member for Sunbury Josh Bull

“This project not only puts our young Sunbury community on the map – it will also ensure this rapidly expanding area has the necessary infrastructure to sustain future growth.”