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New build or refurbishment: refurbishment
Architect: Carroll & Cockburn Architects
Launceston LINC, an integrated learning, literacy and information “Third Space”, servicing a population of 107,000 in greater Launceston is located in the central business district. Launceston is a major regional service centre for approximately 140,000 people.
Just over 300,000 client visits to the LINC were achieved in 2015 to 2016 financial year. Clients range from 0 to over 100 years of age and their diversity reflects the increasing diversity of the Tasmanian population. Launceston LINC is the most popular public space in greater Launceston, outstripping the Aurora Sports Stadium, the Launceston General Hospital & the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery.
The LINC enables, conservatively, an $8.5 million annual economic impact and plays a key role in facilitating social outcomes across all ages and diversities in the communities of greater Launceston. Through a strong focus on client development and targeted relationship management initiatives the LINC has ongoing formal and informal collaborative partnerships with business and retail, community agencies and local government.