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Medical centre car park expands

Finishing touches will be carried out before a 35-bay extension to the Condamine Medical Centre car park opens on Monday.
Finishing touches will be carried out before a 35-bay extension to the Condamine Medical Centre car park opens on Monday. Brian Dittmannaturalite Studio

THIRTY-FIVE extra car parking spaces will open at the Condamine Medical Centre from Monday.

Chief executive and managing director of the Warwick Friendly Society Gavin Egan said patients could now stop playing "dodge-em cars" and have a safer place to park.

"It's going to be fantastic and will cure a lot of problems (with parking)," Mr Egan said.

"It will provide more than adequate parking for our customers and patients at the medical centre and, if common sense prevails, it will help clear people from parking along Dragon St and make it a much safer place for motor vehicles to negotiate."

Mr Egan said the final touches would be put to the carpark yesterday and this weekend.

"We'd like to let the landscaper finish before (it opens) and put the yellow paint on the kerb," he said.

While it may have been a long process to get the car park up and running, Mr Egan was excited to see the finished product.

"It has been a slow process because it takes a long time to get approval from the council but it is quite exciting to see it happening," Mr Egan said.

"It will be great."

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