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Council identifies two potential sites for emergency services move

Ambulance fleet

The push to relocate ambulance and fire services from the Devonport CBD to another location is starting to gain momentum.

The current site was built in 2002 at a cost of $ 4 million, with ambulance services moving from Steele Street to an expanded and redeveloped fire station.

But as the CBD has grown, another move has been a talking point for some time, with the Devonport City Council recently meeting with Emergency Services Minister Jacqui Petrusma.
As a result, the council has now identified two possible locations for a new facility, which could cost up to $20 million, with discussions to continue with the State Government.