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Waimakariri District Council are calling on local landlords who can accommodate staff during the Rangiora Council office refurb
The Council are looking for temporary accommodation locations for around 160 staff for up to 12 months.This could be either on one large individual site or smaller premises located in Rangiora or Kaiapoi – but are looking for a total of around 2,500m2 of offices and meeting spaces.
Mayor David Ayers says, “This is a big step for the refurbishment project. While I will not be in office to see the work completed, it’s an important project that will give customers a more efficient experience and it will provide a more functional and suitable working environment for staff.”
The Council are specifically seeking a property to base the Customer Services Team in the Rangiora CBD, so for customers business continues as usual. This will act as the main reception for the organisation and would need to be fully accessible to the public.
There are some requirements interested landlords will have to meet to ensure that Council services and functions continue with minimal disruption - these include meeting spaces, kitchen areas, and customer parking among others.
Interested property owners are asked to touch base by 4pm Wednesday 16 October. Find out more here or please get in touch with:
Name: Rob Kerr
Phone: 0800 965 468