Isle of Man Post Office would like to advise customers that the post boxes located outside Regent Street Post Office will be temporarily out of action for four weeks from October 14 while regeneration work is conducted by the Department of Infrastructure.
Marty Quine, General Manager Retail Network, Isle of Man Post Office said: “While a new ramp is being constructed and new paving in the immediate area being laid, the post boxes outside Regent Street Post Office will be inaccessible. However, we will be providing customers with a temporary service for posting letters by way of a converted post van which will be located close to the office opposite the Isle of Man Bank ATM machines. Clear signage will direct customers to this temporary and novel facility.”
He added: “During the works public access to the post office will be from the Isle of Man Bank side only where there will be a temporary ramp installed over the new steps providing easy access for all customers. We apologise for any inconvenience caused but hope customers will find the alternative arrangements satisfactory while this regeneration work is undertaken.”
The new ramp and access to the post boxes is due to be reinstated early November and Isle of Man Post Office would like to thank customers in advance for their cooperation and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The disruption is part of the Douglas Regeneration Scheme taking place to improve the overall look and feel of Regent Street with the installation of new paving, benches and planting.
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