Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) is targeting a move to a new headquarters.

TTOC President Brian Lewis told Trinidad and Tobago Newsday that he had been seeking to find a permanent home for the organisation since 2013.

The TTOC has rented its headquarters since 2010, with the organisation currently based at 121 Abercromby Street in Port of Spain.

Lewis said the TTOC wants to remain at its current location until mid-2021.

This would enable the organisation to celebrate its participation at the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

The TTOC would also commemorate the organisation’s 75th anniversary.

Lewis described Abercromby Street as a “heritage building” because of the design.

The existing headquarters has formed the base of Olympic Day celebrations, which are marked opposite the building at Lord Harris’ Square.

Panam Sports has targeted helping its National Olympic Committees (NOCs) to establish their own headquarters.

A programme was established by the continental body to strengthen the infrastructure of NOCs or support the purchase of NOC headquarters.

Colombia, the Cayman Islands, Grenada and Panama are among NOCs to have opened new or renovated headquarters in recent years in the region