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Hayes plans reduction in government's property bill

Some of the state's top civil and public servants may have to work in open-plan offices if plans for an overhaul of the government's property portfolio go ahead.

8th September, 2012

Some of the state's top civil and public servants may have to get used to working in open-plan office accommodation if plans for an overhaul of the government's property portfolio come to fruition.

Minister of State for Finance Brian Hayes is to bring proposals to government aimed at driving down the state's property bill over the next three years.

The Office of Public Works, for which Hayes has responsibilty, aims to bring its yearly spend...

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