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Green light for health services at Grove

Wednesday, 9th August, 2017 12:41pm
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Green light for health services at Grove
Green light for health services at Grove

By Bernie Ni Fhlathartha

AN BORD Pleanala has given the green light to a multi-million euro project which will on completion see a full suite of health services on the site of the former Grove hospital in Tuam.

The planning authority's decision to uphold the planning permission for the HSE facility could mean construction work will start early next year.
Deputy Sean Canney this week welcomed the news, saying he expected the HSE to put the project to tender before the end of the year with construction to start early next year.
It is intended to carry out the development in two phases, the first one being the Mental Health Day Hospital.

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