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Rehab to move out of Gandon-designed Dublin 4 base

Move follows commitment to reform at charity

19th April, 2016
Roslyn Park House in Sandymount, Dublin 4. Pic:RollingNews.ie

Rehab Group is moving its head office out of Sandymount in Dublin 4 and putting its 5.15-acre seafront property Roslyn Park up for sale

Chief executive Mo Flynn says the charity is undergoing significant operational change and now requires an organisation that better reflects the Group’s new strategic direction.

“Rehab is committed to a more integrated model of services. We are committed to maximising value and efficiency across the group, including across our property...

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