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Petrie Terrace - Spring Hill - Normanby (Urban Renewal)
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The 2011 population for Petrie Terrace - Spring Hill - Normanby (Urban Renewal) is 0, with a population density of 0.00 persons per hectare.

Location and boundaries

Petrie Terrace - Spring Hill - Normanby (Urban Renewal) is located in two separate geographic areas. The northern section of Petrie Terrace - Spring Hill - Normanby (Urban Renewal) is bounded by Victoria Park Road in the north, the Inner City Bypass and Victoria Park in the east, Gregory Terrace, College Road and Musgrave Road in the south, and Upper Clifton Terrace, Kelvin Grove Road, Blamey Street, School Street and Tank Street in the west. The southern section of Petrie Terrace - Spring Hill - Normanby (Urban Renewal) is bounded by Secombe Street in the north, Countess Street in the east, Upper Roma Street in the south, and generally by Petrie Terrace in the west.

Important

Statistics

Population

0

2011 Usual residents

Land area

58

hectares (1 Km2)

Population density

0.00

persons per hectare

Settlement history

Settlement of the area dates from the 1850s, with land used mainly for timber-getting and farming. Growth took place in the early 1900s, and again in the post-war years. The population declined during the 1990s, and then increased between 2001 and 2006, a result of new dwellings being added to the area. Growth is expected to continue, particularly from the Kelvin Grove Urban Village.

Land use

Petrie Terrace - Spring Hill - Normanby (Urban Renewal) is a residential, educational and military area.

Major features

Major features of the area include Victoria Barracks & Museum, Children's Court, Hardgrave Park, Grey Gums Park, McCaskie Park, Kulgun Park, Kundu Park, Roundhouse Theatre, part of Queensland University of Technology (Kelvin Grove Campus), Brisbane Grammar School, Brisbane Girls Grammar School and Albert Park Flexi School.

Included areas

Petrie Terrace - Spring Hill - Normanby (Urban Renewal) encompasses parts of the suburbs of (Brisbane) City, Kelvin Grove, Red Hill and Spring Hill.