ACT government to move 1100 ACT Health and Access Canberra staff to Woden About 750 people from Healthwill move to Woden.
Currently ACT Health staff are located across 30 sitesaround Canberra, including the Callam Offices in Woden, three buildings in Moore Streetand the former Curtin Primary School. Administrative and corporate staff based at the Canberra Hospital will also move. The government has committed to selling office buildings including1 Moore Street, Dickson'sDame Pattie Menzies House, the Dickson Motor Registry and Lyneham's Macarthur House to take advantage of coach outlet coupons 1800contacts the federal government's coach shoulder bag 15 per cent bonus coach factory store online authentic for public asset sales. The deadline forasset sales in theprogram is June 2019. The Woden announcement allows 1 Moore Street staff to move and frees up that building for sale. Mr Barr said he had met with retail giantWestfield and other investors to talk up Woden' revitalisation. "We will work closely with them to support their renewal projects to come to fruition," he said. "We have announced, some time ago now, that we wouldbe divesting from certain aged ACT government buildings,usingthe proceeds from those sales back intopublic infrastructure. which includes public transport." "We are going to market as soon as possible. and we would be very keen to move next year," Mr Barr said. The government is on track to meet the asset sales deadline, Mr Barr said. Health Minister Simon Corbellsaidthe staff would be better placed by beingcloser to Canberra Hospital. "Co locating a range of administration staff at present dispersed across coach outlet coupons zazzle Canberra will deliver operational and cost efficiencies and will ensure that space on the Canberra Hospital campus is freed up for clinical services," Mr Corbell said. The government moved about 600 ITstaff from Woden to Gungahlin earlier this year, compounding problems for thetowncentre which has also seenfederal government departures. In July 2014, hecalled for expressions of interest for a new build or refurbished office space within 10 minutes' walk of the Assembly. In August, it received 11 expressions of interest, only one of which proposed a refurbishment. On Tuesday Mr Barr said tender work begun in May was ongoing. "We have other staffing and office accommodationrequirements in the CBD as we are moving a number of staff as a result of other decisions taking around the asset recycling initiative," he said. Opposition Leader Jeremy Hanson said Woden had seen "tough times". "The ACT government moved some staff out of there a while ago, now they're going to be moving some staff back.
We'd welcome that. but it will have an impact on Civic.".
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