Mosaic Office Relocation

 

You may have been aware that we have been looking into alternate accommodation for our Tower Road office.  I can now confirm that we have a contract that will enable us to access some of the buildings in the CatholicCare complex behind our current office.

Why do we need to move?
The current spaces are big enough, but are poorly laid out and disjointed. We wanted a more workable space that is more cohesive. We also need more accessible/usable meeting rooms. We would also like to see more options to expand in the future.

What areas have we secured?
We haven’t worked out who goes where yet. There is enough room for us all but we want to have greater meeting spaces in this area. This may mean we will still need additional space in the near future – which we think could also become available within the CatholicCare buildings complex or we may look at a purpose built site to be developed over a number of years which could also include some better centres for community access activities for clients.

What areas will we vacate?
We will no longer hold the office space in Tower Road or in the current CatholicCare offices that Finance and Risk hold which includes the Hayden room.

When will we have access to the new areas and when do we move?
• We will have the Tower Road office all the way through to 31st January 2018 and will transition to the new area over the December/January period
• We will be able to access part of the new space from 1st December 2017 and will start moving in from that date
• We will access the rest of the office space from 1st January 2018 and will move the remaining employees out of Tower road at that time to complete the move.

Will this affect any Participants?
This move will only affect the office space; all programs will remain at their current venues. We are seeking external help with the move, in order to minimise any disruption to the main reason we are all here – that is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities and their families. As with any move, however, there will still be ‘bits and pieces’ such as packing and unpacking our own personal items. However, we will look at doing as much of that work outside of normal work routines.

If you have any questions or want more information about the move, we will be covering this at the next Family Forum; you will find the flyer for the Family Forums attached.

Ralph Doedens
Chief Executive Officer

 

 

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