Union spends €7m on new HQ

The Communications Workers Union (CWU) has spent €7 million on the redevelopment of its Dublin headquarters.

30th March, 2013
President Michael D Higgins officially opening William Norton House, the headquarters of the Communications Workers Union, in Dublin last week, with Steve Fitzpatrick, the union's general secretary. Photo: Photocall

The Communications Workers Union (CWU) has spent €7 million on the redevelopment of its Dublin headquarters.

The union, which has 16,000 members in the postal, telecoms and wider communications industry sector, used its owns funds for the redevelopment.

Originally St Canice's primary school, William Norton House on the North Circular Road has retained its facade, but the interior has been enhanced and enlarged.

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