Saturday July 4, 2020

Health mandarins spurn one of Dublin’s priciest office blocks

It’s one of the most high-spec new office buildings in the country, yet Department of Health staff have concerns about moving to Miesian Plaza

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

28th May, 2017
Rents at the former Bank of Ireland headquarters on Baggot Street are as high as €60 per square foot Bryan Walshe

Civil servants at the Department of Health are concerned about being disturbed by their co-workers if they move to open-plan offices in its new headquarters in one of the most expensive office schemes in Dublin.

An architect’s report prepared for the Association of Higher Civil & Public Servants (AHCPS) on the planned move to the Larry Goodman-owned Miesian Plaza on Baggot Street in central Dublin has listed a number of issues, with the union claiming...

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