We are continuing further upgrades of the Holloway Road Senior Campus by building a new gymnasium, music facilities, canteen and amenities.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Victorian Government is committed to investing in excellent facilities for schools, including Sandringham College.
The Victorian Government allocated $2 million in the 2015-16 State Budget to upgrade classrooms and facilities at the college's Holloway Road Senior Campus and Bluff Road Junior Campus. In the 2020-21 State Budget, the Victorian Government invested a further $10 million to upgrade the Holloway Road Senior Campus by building a new gymnasium, music facilities, canteen and amenities.
In addition to the Victorian Government's investment, Sandringham College is partnering with Bayside City Council and the Victorian School Building Authority to plan new, state-of-the-art community sports facilities at the Holloway Road campus. The proposed project will provide outstanding sports facilities for current and future students, including an additional two indoor courts, nine outdoor courts and an oval.
Under the proposal, the Victorian Government will fund one of the three indoor courts. The other two indoor courts, additional nine outdoor courts and an oval will be funded by Bayside City Council.
This is in addition to the $10 million investment by the Victorian Government in the 2020-21 State Budget to upgrade the Holloway Road Senior Campus, by building a new gymnasium, music facilities, canteen and amenities.
3. What was the process for community consultation on the Bayside City Council proposal?
Bayside City Council undertook community consultation between 7 to 23 December 2020 to seek feedback from local residents on the proposed project. You can find more information on the council's consultation process
4. What were the findings of the community consultation?
Bayside City Council has published the findings of the community consultation on their website. You can access the document via
the council's page .
5. How will the impacts be managed?
Following community feedback, Bayside City Council has revised the proposed schematic layout to minimise impacts on local residents, including a buffer zone between the school and adjacent properties, reduced hours of use, noise mitigation and a comprehensive traffic management plan. For more information on specific issues, visit the council's
FAQ page or contact Bayside City Council via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. What is the current status of the project?
The proposed project is subject to a successful negotiation of a joint use agreement and a final sign-off by the Department of Education and Training (DET).
7. Where can I find updated information about this project?
We will update this page with further information as soon as it becomes available.
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