Building Future Schools Fund

Building Future Schools Fund

The Queensland Government’s 19/20 State Budget has expanded the Building Future Schools (BFS)Fund by $532.6 million to a total of $1.3 billion to deliver world class learning environments for Queensland students, including new primary, secondary and special schools opening in 2020 and 2021.

The BFS Fund is supporting the master planning of inner-city state schools, delivering new state schools in growth areas across the state, investing in existing school assets and making strategic land acquisitions for the future.

The BFS Fund is delivering new and innovative education infrastructure solutions for growing communities.

Queenslanders are changing the way they live and where they choose to live with more families deciding to embrace inner city living.

Over the last 10 years, around 5000 additional students have joined Queensland state schools in and around the Brisbane CBD. This growth is set to continue with more than 3000 additional students expected to move into inner Brisbane in the next five years.

As part of the approach to inner-city schooling, the BFS Fund is enhancing school infrastructure, building and strengthening strategic partnerships and developing and refining long-term master plans to support state schools as part of Brisbane’s changing landscape.

The BFS Fund will:


Last updated 5 July 2019

Building Future Schools Fund

The Queensland Government’s 19/20 State Budget has expanded the Building Future Schools (BFS)Fund by $532.6 million to a total of $1.3 billion to deliver world class learning environments for Queensland students, including new primary, secondary and special schools opening in 2020 and 2021.

The BFS Fund is supporting the master planning of inner-city state schools, delivering new state schools in growth areas across the state, investing in existing school assets and making strategic land acquisitions for the future.

The BFS Fund is delivering new and innovative education infrastructure solutions for growing communities.

Queenslanders are changing the way they live and where they choose to live with more families deciding to embrace inner city living.

Over the last 10 years, around 5000 additional students have joined Queensland state schools in and around the Brisbane CBD. This growth is set to continue with more than 3000 additional students expected to move into inner Brisbane in the next five years.

As part of the approach to inner-city schooling, the BFS Fund is enhancing school infrastructure, building and strengthening strategic partnerships and developing and refining long-term master plans to support state schools as part of Brisbane’s changing landscape.

The BFS Fund will:


Last updated 5 July 2019