Upgrade planned for car park, office

Temporary propping is placed in between the floors at the lower Moray Pl car park earlier this...
Temporary propping is placed in between the floors at the lower Moray Pl car park earlier this week.PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON
The very early seeds have been planted for an upgrade of the lower Moray Pl car park and office building.

The Dunedin City Council-owned building has had propping in place on the southern side of the building since the end of last year.

The propping was installed as a temporary measure ahead of an upgrade of the building.

Dunedin City Council group manager property services David Bainbridge-Zafar said the upgrade of the building was still in the planning stages.

Though the council was still working through details the work would include general building upgrades and a full refurbishment/upgrade of the office space, he said.

Work was likely to begin next year.

The main tenant of the building is the Ministry of Education.

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