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A new area of office space has been opened in what has been described as an historic day for North Wales.
Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones cut the ribbon on the new area of office space at Llandudno Junction, which has been built at a cost of close to £20 million and is likely to accommodate around 650 people.
The opening of the new development was hailed as a major milestone in the Welsh assembly government’s efforts to spread civil service jobs more evenly around the country than has historically been the case.
As recently as 2002, less than a quarter of all Welsh government jobs were based at office space locations outside of Cardiff and the current government remains keen to readdress this apparent imbalance.
The first minister said: “This is a historic day for North Wales but also for the assembly government as our flagship North Wales office opens and we deliver on our commitment to have regional offices.
“I would like to thank all those involved in the project. They have delivered a world-class sustainable building which is the greenest in our estate and a credit to all involved.”
A vote in the late 1990s resulted in the formation of the Welsh assembly government, which asserts that devolution has resulted in better working relations between the public and private sector throughout the country.
Its new Llandudno Junction office space has been lavishly praised for its achievements in terms of sustainability and has been handed an ‘excellent’ rating by BREEAM adjudicators.