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Justice Ministry expected to complete relocation exercise today

Published:Friday | March 18, 2016 | 10:38 AM
Last week, the ministry of Justice's offices at the NCB South Towers in St Andrew were closed by public health authorities due to air quality issues.

The Justice Ministry is advising members of the public that it expects to complete its relocation to 61 Constant Spring Road in St Andrew today.

Last week, the ministry of Justice's offices at the NCB South Towers in St Andrew were closed by public health authorities due to air quality issues.

The Justice Ministry says after completing the relocation exercise today, it will be opened for business on Monday.

However, the ministry says the public will continue to experience some inconvenience at the new location.

The Justice Ministry's offices in St Andrew were ordered closed by public health authorities after the staff complained of an unbearable odour which previously caused them to evacuate the building.

The Kingston and St Andrew health Department says the Michael Lee Chin-owned AIC Group which operates the NCB South towers has a maximum of 30 days to address the issues.