State pays €4.28m a year for publicly-owned buildings

The state spends more than €4.28 million a year renting publicly-owned buildings.

18th February, 2006

The state spends more than €4.28 million a year renting publicly-owned buildings.

Fas receives more rent from the state than any other state-owned body or agency.

The national training agency is paid just over €2.9 million for leasing property in Dublin and Galway to the state. In Dublin, Fas receives €1.45 million for renting property at Mespil Road to the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, and a further €1.45 million for the rent...

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