State funding likely to be part of Priory Hall deal

The government is likely to provide funding to the Priory Hall residents as part of any solution.

14th September, 2013

The government is likely to provide funding to the Priory Hall residents as part of any solution, *The Sunday Business Post* understands.

A source with knowledge of how the Priory Hall issue is being treated in government said that "funding would not be an issue", though he stressed that the banks and Dublin City Council would also be expected to play a role.

Officials acting on behalf of the Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan...

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