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Dublin's Hawkins House to be demolished

Move is part of plan to revitalise city centre site

3rd June, 2016
What the proposed Hawkins House development will look like Pic OPW

The Department of Health headquarters at Hawkins House in Dublin is to be demolished as part of a plan to regenerate the city centre site. The neighbouring Apollo House will also be demolished as part of a plan involving the Office of Public Works (OPW) and the NAMA-appointed receivers to Cuprum Properties Ltd.

Under the plans, a new commercial office building with café and retail units will be built on the site. The planning applications...

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