PREMISES built in Wodonga's High Street after the razing of Tooles Disposals will become home to Victorian Upper House MP Tim Quilty.
The Liberal Democrat Legislative Councillor said parliamentary officials had signed a lease for the site just north of Stanley Street on the western side of High Street.
Mr Quilty does not expect the premises will be fitted out and ready for occupancy until at least June.
The former Wodonga councillor won a seat in the Upper House last November and since then has been forced to use an office previously occupied by defeated Shooters, Farmers and Fishers Party MP Daniel Young.
It will be the first time since 2006 that an MLC has had a base in Wodonga and it is within sight of federal Upper House member Senator Bridget McKenzie's office which opened in High Street in February.
Meanwhile, Mr Quilty's party colleague David Leyonhjelm on Monday missed out on securing a seat in the NSW Legislative Council after having switched from the Senate.
Wagga-based Nationals Upper House member Wes Fang was one of those elected as the Electoral Commission of NSW declared the final results for the Legislative Council.
The former rescue helicopter pilot was elected on preferences, having secured 377 primary votes after being eighth on the Coalition ticket.
Former Border Mail journalist John Chanter, who now works for Senator McKenzie, scored 472 votes through being last on the Liberal-National line-up.
Mr Fang said he was thrilled to have an eight-year term after having sat in the chamber for two years following his occupation of a casual vacancy caused by the resignation of former Nationals Roads Minister Duncan Gay.
"We've got a lot of runs on the board and this third term is going to be a special one for us a government," Mr Fang said.
"The first term was repairing all the structural issues we inherited and the second term was delivering the infrastructure that we were behind in and the third term allows us to focus on the people of NSW.
"It's their turn to experience the fruits of the last eight years in government."
With the Nationals losing the Lower House seat of Murray to Shooters, Farmers and Fishers Party candidate Helen Dalton, Mr Fang said he would be holding her to "account for all the promises that she made".
He said Ms Dalton had vowed to have full water allocations to irrigators, a new Griffith base hospital in two years and a fresh complement of visiting medical officers in Leeton.