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Bull’s Head partial closure

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The City of Hamilton advises that a significant portion of the third level of Bull’s Head Car Park will be closed off over the coming weeks, starting this Wednesday, while steel painting work is carried out on that floor. The ground and second floors as well as the roof-top parking will not be initially affected and anyone that normally parks in Bull’s Head will still be able to park in the lot.

Senior Engineer, Ian Hind, said of the project, “The contractor will be closing off various areas on the third floor over the next several weeks while upgrades are made. The affected bays will be opened as work progresses. On a day-to-day basis, the roof-top parking is far from full so the need to park, for anyone who normally uses Bull’s Head, should not be affected.

The City advises that near the completion of the project, access to the third floor (and thus the roof-top) will be denied. Mr Hind added, “We’re endeavouring to have as little disruption to the parking as possible for our commuters but there will come a time, at the very end of the project, that work must be carried out on the west side of the third floor and therefore access will be prohibited.”

The City apologizes for any inconvenience caused during these upgrades. Signage and barriers will be in place.

Press release from the City of Hamilton