Supreme Court complex costing government millions
Lack of maintenance of the Supreme Court building in White Park Road is now costing government millions of dollars in expense.
According to Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Dale Marshall, it will cost more than two million dollars to fix the roof of the building.
Marshall told the media that the temporary location at Manor Lodge is adding to the expense, but this cannot be avoided.
UPDATE: The Attorney General anticipates that operations will return to normal at the Supreme Court building by March next year.