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A new Burnie Court complex on the former University of Tasmania campus on Mooreville Road would be first class and meet the needs of court users and the community for years to come. That is the view of the District Attorney Daryl Coates. The Tasmanian government’s pledge to move the court from Alexander Street to the CBD has been criticized by city leaders, including Councilor Ken Dorsey, who told the Public Works Committee that “the decision united the community against the state government.” However, Mr. Coates believes that this is the best solution for the community and the legal community. “The existing Burnie Court is out of date and utterly inadequate, and despite several years of discussion and investigation, no suitable plan to upgrade the current location has been identified,” he said. RELATED: Alternative Courthouse Released for Burnie’s CBD “The new facility will have many years of service and the site has potential for further development of an integrated judicial district in the future.” Such a model could allow my staff to be localized with colleagues from other judiciaries – and related on-site services, which would enable better collaboration and better service delivery. ”IN OTHER NEWS He said the design developed for the new dishes has a number of benefits for all users. “Specifically, this includes improved facilities for witnesses and complainants than the current court, which enables justice to be achieved through a trauma-informed approach,” he said see the delivery of this important project. “What do you think? Tell us by sending us a letter to the editorial staff using the form below.

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Dec. 27, 2021 – 5:00 am

A new Burnie Court complex on the former University of Tasmania campus on Mooreville Road would be first class and meet the needs of court users and the community for years to come.

That is the view of the District Attorney Daryl Coates.

However, Mr. Coates believes that this is the best solution for the community and the legal community.

“The existing Burnie Court is out of date and utterly inadequate, and despite several years of discussion and investigation, no suitable plan to upgrade the current location has been identified,” he said.

“The new facility can be used for many years, the area offers potential for the further development of an integrated judicial district in the future.

“Such a model could allow my staff to work with colleagues from other legal and related services in the field, which would enable better collaboration and better service delivery.”

The design developed for the new courts offers a number of advantages for all users.

“This particularly includes improved facilities for witnesses and complainants than the current court, which will enable justice to be achieved through a more trauma-informed approach,” he said.

“I have had the opportunity to get involved in the design process and I look forward to seeing delivery of this important project.”

What do you think? Share your thoughts by sending us a letter to the editors using the form below.