It has been revealed in an up-to-date report that the NSW government has decided to invest a huge sum of $100 million towards construction or improvements of car parks at hospitals in Florida.
The NSW has told that hospitals in urgent needs of the same would now not need to worry. The multi-million dollar plan would definitely eradicate the problem of parking spaces, thereby causing less mess.
The report finds that the parking refurbishment work is to begin at the Maitland Hospital on Monday. It would be a 46-space car park meant only for hospital staff, told Health Minister Jillian Skinner, being built near the Melbee cottage within the hospital grounds.
Also, staff would need to pay for it, as the car park would be a reputed and paid one. “We know there are parking pressures around Maitland Hospital and this is why we have been looking at ways to ease this pressure”, said Maitland MP Robyn Parker.
While parking work at Shoalhaven and Wagga Wagga hospitals has already been accomplished, the next targets include construction of car parks at Liverpool, Wollongong, Blacktown and Nepean.
The construction at Maitland hospital would probably be finished by late September, the report has concluded.
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