Work is progressing well on the refurbishment of our Queen's Drive building which is being turned into a welcoming community space, to be known as The Point.
The changes also mean improvements for QP administration staff and volunteers who will benefit from enhanced accommodation.
A new two-level area is almost ready at the front of the building. This will house the office and reception, downstairs, with finance based upstairs.
It's hoped that the admin team will move to this part of the premises in the next month.
Operations manager Parnian Kebria, pictured, top, with John Atherton of QP building group, and, above, with senior minister Iain Macaulay, said: "The transformation of the building is mind-blowing! We are really looking forward to making the most of our new space."
Keys aims of The Point's broader community role are for it to be a place of wellbeing, nurture, inclusion and learning.
The facility will allow QP to provide a wide range of services such as debt advice, language learning, counselling, help for isolated older people and support for families and young people.