Bowen House

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Bowen House, with the Wellington Cenotaph in front on it

Bowen House is a 22-storey office building in Lambton Quay, Wellington, New Zealand. Previously owned by NZ Government and sold by a National Government in 1998 it has been leased since by Parliamentary Services.[1] Bowen House houses offices for the smaller parties, select committee staff, and some of the ministers and their support staff.[1] It is connected to the rest of the parliamentary complex by a tunnel under Bowen Street. Bowen House is part of the parliamentary security system, and the government is the only tenant in the building. Government's lease expires at the end of 2018, and a review of future parliamentary office requirements in underway.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Small, Vernon (11 July 2015). "Parliament precinct eyes office revamp". The Press. p. A2. Retrieved 11 July 2015.

Coordinates: 41°16′45.68″S 174°46′35.91″E / 41.2793556°S 174.7766417°E / -41.2793556; 174.7766417

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