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While it is looking to consolidate its three current Dunedin offices, which employ 452 people, into one leased premises, spokesman James Funnell ruled it out for boosting staff numbers.
``We're not the organisation that is apparently planning 300 new jobs in Dunedin,'' he said yesterday.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull said earlier this month a major employer was considering coming to Dunedin, but has repeatedly declined to identify the organisation.
In past weeks, the ACC has run a registration of interest for new leased premises in Dunedin, after having held an option with the Dunedin City Council - which has since lapsed - to develop a Frederick St car park.
In Dunedin, the ACC has a branch, service and contact centres, to which 47 additional staff have been added over the past two years while the agency consolidated its four nationwide contact centres.