HSE spent €740,000 refurbishing headquarters over past three years
Leasing alternative office space to that at Dr Steevens’ Hospital would cost ‘between €4.5 million and €9.5 million a year’
The HSE has spent almost €740,000 refurbishing Dr Steevens’ Hospital, the Dublin building where its headquarters is based, over the past three years.
The figures, which were provided to the Business Post in response to a Freedom of Information request, show €736,725 has been paid out by the HSE. A total of €357,196 was paid in 2017, €198,102 was paid in 2018, followed by €181,427 last year.
The HSE’s base is located at the...
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