NSW opposition fears the ornate chief secretary’s building will be sold off as key tenant vacates

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The New South Wales opposition fears that the chief secretary’s office, one of Sydney’s finest sandstone buildings and home to the office of the “father of federation”, Sir Henry Parkes, could be sold – now that its key tenant is moving out.

The Berejiklian government announced on Friday that the NSW Industrial Relations Commission would move to Parramatta, but it has declined to say what will happen to the impressive colonial building the commission now occupies.

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