Government puts out feelers for up to 60,000 sqm of Wellington office space

Thu, 19 Jul 2012

By Jonathan Underhill July 19 (BusinessDesk) - The government is calling for ideas to house core ministries in Wellington in as much as 60,000 square metres of space following the creation of the new super Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. The brief, posted on the government’s GETS tender site, wants a focus on value for money and an examination of existing accommodation arrangements. The Ministry of Health, Crown Law Office, Ministry of Social Development and at least part of the MBIE would be involved in any reorganisation....

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