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Smart Work Hub Gosford - Reopening Under COVID-19 Restrictions
The Smart Work Hub offers a quiet shared space designed for all out of office employees and small business needs, with casual booking and membership options available.
Central Coast Council's Director Connected Communities, Julie Vaughan said that the Smart Work Hub is one way our community of workers can conduct business safely and conveniently from the Gosford CBD.
"The reopening of the Smart Work Hub will appeal to those who have experienced the benefits of working from home and are reluctant to go back to long commutes and tackling public transport," Director Vaughan said.
Ideally located in Gosford CBD across from Kibble Park, the hub is a modern and bright co-working space with Fast Internet NBN via Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) connections, access to printers, and complimentary tea and coffee. The Smart Work Hub is affordable and open seven days a week for full members and Monday to Friday for casual access.
Measures have been put in place to ensure the facility is as safe as possible with a COVID safe management plan in place, increased cleaning and limits on numbers within the facility (20 people per day in the co-working space with bookings required).
Council Mayor Lisa Matthews said the hub is a valuable business space proudly owned and operated by Council.
"We have been looking forward to opening the Smart Work Hub as soon as restrictions and community safety measures allow, to help support local industry, small business and entrepreneurs by providing a safe, central co-working space," Mayor Matthews said.
"Making this space open and available will also help to keep workers on the Coast, providing immense personal benefits whilst also boosting the local economy."
For further information on the Smart WorkHub, call 4304 7230, email Council's websiteor visit
Visit the business support hub to see what support and resources are available to help local businesses.
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