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Hospital plan may run into trouble

The state could leave itself open to a legal challenge if development plans for the National Children's Hospital are significantly downsized, and not re-tendered at European level.

4th March, 2012

The state could leave itself open to a legal challenge if development plans for the National Children's Hospital are significantly downsized, and not re-tendered at European level, according to industry sources.

Because of the mammoth scale of the initial project on the Mater site - which An Bord Pleanála recently blocked - only a limited number of companies with the required resources and prior building experience were eligible to apply. The lucrative contract is now...

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