€5.4m paid for two decentralisation sites

The Office of Public Works has paid €5.4 million for two sites in Killarney and Portlaoise for the government's decentralisation programme.

9th July, 2005

The Office of Public Works has paid €5.4 million for two sites in Killarney and Portlaoise for the government's decentralisation programme.

The Minister of State for Finance, Tom Parlon, said the two acquisitions represented value for money, as properties of a similar size owned by the private sector were commanding higher prices.

Parlon denied recent media reports that there would be a surplus of 6,000 civil servants as a result of the need to create...

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