The return of the pleasure dome? Andrew Barr calling for industry interest

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TREASURER Andrew Barr is calling for registrations of interest in new office accommodation in Civic for the chosen ones of the ACT Public Service.

“This project represents a great opportunity for developers and property owners to participate in a new phase of the city’s development,” Andrew said.

“The main criteria for eligibility to participate in the ROI are that the accommodation must be located within a 10 minute walk of the Legislative Assembly and is able to provide 40,000 square metres of office space.”

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