British firm plans to build €50m cancer clinic in Kildare
Proton Partners buys the former Magee Barracks in Kildare town for state-of-the-art project
A British company backed by a hedge fund giant wants to spend €50 million building a cutting-edge proton beam cancer treatment clinic in Kildare.
Neil Woodford’s Proton Partners International wants to build the clinic – which would be the first of its kind in Ireland – on the site of the former Magee Barracks in Kildare town.
The Barracks was bought last year by property developer David Kennedy, who has since been involved...
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