14 Apr 2020
Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services
Natasha Fyles, Member for Nightcliff
Construction is underway at the new 24-hour police station in Nightcliff as part of the John Stokes Redevelopment.
The police station forms a critical part of a wider $45 million commitment to redevelop John Stokes Square, providing a central community hub, improving lifestyle and reinvigorating the area.
Territorians and local business are being supported throughout this development, with 250 jobs being created during the life of the project.
The new 24-hour police station will include:
The John Stokes Redevelopment also includes the construction of specifically designed public housing, including for seniors and people living with disabilities, along with a pedestrian friendly link between Nightcliff Village and Nightcliff Shopping Centre.
The John Stokes Residential Construction tender is currently out to market.
Quote attributed to Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services, Nicole Manison:
“The Territory Labor Government promised to build a new police station in Nightcliff and we are delivering on that promise.
“We are ensuring our hard working police have the best resources possible to do their work.”
Quotes attributed to Member for Nightcliff, Natasha Fyles:
“All Territorians deserve to feel safe and they want their homes and businesses to be safe as well. The community of Nightcliff has long deserved a purpose built police station and I’m proud to be the local member delivering that.
“This is an important revitalisation project, which is not only creating jobs now, but also will create a central community hub, improving the lifestyle and reinvigorating the area.”
Minister Manison – Hannah Farmer 0428 497 154
Minister Fyles – Hannah West 0436 641 108