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Tullamore hospice to benefit from new tax relief measure

One of the proposed hospices that will benefit from tax relief under the controversial measure introduced by finance minister Brian Cowen last week lies in the minister’s Laois-Offaly constituency.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
8th March, 2008

One of the proposed hospices that will benefit from tax relief under the controversial measure introduced by finance minister Brian Cowen last week lies in the minister’s Laois-Offaly constituency.

John Flanagan Developments is building a €200 mill ion healthcare park in Tullamore, in which it plans to build a 20-bed hospice.

Some 12 hospices are to be built or expanded in the coming years - in Cork, Mayo, Waterford, Louth, Dublin, Kildare, Kilkenny,...

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