TAC reinforces long-term commitment to Geelong

Published date: 02 May 2024

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC), one of the region’s largest employers, has today reinforced its long-term commitment to Geelong.

The TAC, which moved its head office from Melbourne CBD to Geelong in 2009, has released an expression of interest (EOI) to secure a new building lease in Geelong, when its current lease expires in 2029.

The open market approach will be confined to locations within the Geelong CBD, including the TAC’s existing office at 60 Brougham Street.

As a public sector employer of 1200 people, the TAC is starting the process now to ensure a comprehensive investigation of all available options, and if a new location is chosen, it is ready for occupation before the current lease expires.

TAC CEO Tracey Slatter said the TAC’s move to Geelong 15 years ago showed that an organisation the size and scale of the TAC, servicing all Victorians, could thrive and contribute to the growth of the state’s second-largest city.

“Since then, WorkSafe and the National Disability Insurance Agency have joined us in Geelong to create a centre of excellence for social insurance schemes.

“The team at TAC looks forward to continuing to serve Victorians from the heart of Geelong for many years to come,” said Ms Slatter.

The EOI will evaluate options within the commercial real estate market against key criteria including location, premises area, building quality and building facilities.

For more information contact the TAC’s Nicolas McGay on 0403 710 889


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