Shared use

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At School Infrastructure we ensure that public schools are public spaces.

We share our school facilities with government agencies, local councils, sporting organisations and not-for-profits to ensure that facilities such as halls, libraries and sporting fields can be used by the wider community outside of school hours.

Public schools are central to all communities across the state, and local schools play an important role in shaping the culture, environment and economy of each local area.

Supporting students, schools and communities

We are proud of the high-quality facilities we deliver to support our students, their families and our staff. By taking a shared use approach we can deliver modern, purpose-built facilities that both students and communities can use and enjoy.

Types of shared use arrangements

A shared approach to school and community infrastructure helps us deliver modern, purpose-built facilities and ensures schools are at the centre of communities.  

There are several types of shared use arrangements: