One of the biggest sporting events in the world is coming to the Gold Coast and SSKB’s head office is in the centre of the action.
This means behind-the-scenes changes so we can continue to provide a complete and comprehensive service to you.
At the recommendation of the Commonwealth Games organisers, our office will open earlier and close later to allow for the severe disruption predicted for the city’s road network.
SSKB’s office hours will be expanded for the duration of the Commonwealth Games which will be held on the Gold Coast between April 4 to April 15.
We appreciate your understanding.
Go for gold Australia!
Commonwealth Games FAQ for clients
- Is SSKB Gold Coast office closing for the Games?
- SSKB and all its offices across Australia will be OPEN for business throughout the Commonwealth Games period.
- What is SSKB doing?
- We are opening our office early, and closing late, to help our staff manage the expected disruption to traffic. We have other strategies in place to ensure our team keeps working for you. Our priority is to provide seamless service delivery during the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
- What does that mean for me?
- There may be a short-term delay in our team members getting back in touch with you as some of our processes are performed outside of normal working hours.
- Will our scheme’s invoices be paid on time?
- Yes, our core service to you will not change.
- Can I still contact my Community Manager?
- Absolutely! Your community manager is just a phone call or email away.
- Is there anything I can do to minimise the inconvenience caused by the Commonwealth Games?
- To help Commonwealth Games organisers met the target of reducing the city traffic movements across the by 30% during the Games fortnight, no Gold Coast committee meetings will be held until after the Games.
- Visit our web site: sskb.com.au – it is a wealth of information – you might find the answers to your strata questions here.
- Visit the SSKB Portal via sskb.com.au – when you log in, you will find information relating to your investment
- If you live on the Gold Coast, you are likely aware of the upcoming changes to the road network. You may be an event volunteer or perhaps hosting visiting family and friends. The Gold Coast City Council has created a comprehensive web site and a Facebook page – Get Set The Games – which is regularly updated with useful information: