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Plaza car park moves into final construction phase

The Park Beach Plaza car park is entering phase four of construction. Photo: Trevor Veale/The Coffs Coast Advocate.
The Park Beach Plaza car park is entering phase four of construction. Photo: Trevor Veale/The Coffs Coast Advocate. Trevor Veale/The Coffs Coast Adv

ALTHOUGH the paint is dry inside, there are still more works to be completed outside as the multi-deck car park starts to move into the final Phase 4.

This week another concrete pour took place seeing the top level of Phase 3 finished.

The project is on track to be completed prior to Christmas as scheduled, which is great news for shoppers.

The multi-level car park is now open in Phase 1 and Phase 2 on all three levels allowing Park Beach Plaza to now boast more parking than ever before.

The best part for customer comfort is the majority of the new parking is undercover and as a long hot summer is fast approaching this is a big win for the Coffs Coast.

Customers are reminded to take care while moving around the car park area as temporary pedestrian walkways are still in place while the final stages of work are being completed and customer safety is the Centre's primary concern.

  • Check out tomorrow's print edition of the Coffs Coast Advocate for an eight-page wrap on the developments at Park Beach Plaza and your chance to win one of 33 iPads in celebration of the Plaza's 33rd birthday, the opening of the Target Mall and the arrival of JB Hi-Fi.

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