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Maternity hospital move gets nod; barrister billed state €170k

13th November, 2016
The National Maternity Hospital is inching closer to moving to the site of St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin

The 25 buildings are almost all secured by government or state-agency tenancies.

The plan to move the National Maternity Hospital to the site of St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin has inched closer to being delivered. The board of the National Maternity Hospital met during the week and has signalled that it will approve the proposal put forward by mediator Kieran Mulvey subject to some minor amendments.

Mulvey has proposed a special purpose company that...

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