Minister for Health James Reilly has appointed an architect, two planners, a number of senior doctors and a British hospital executive to the group examining the decision to refuse planning permission for the new national children’s hospital. The group, which is to be chaired by former HSE chairman Frank Dolphin has been asked to report back within 56 days. Among those appointed to the group today were town planner Simon Clear, a former senior inspector with An Bord Pleanála and John Martin, who recently retired as principal planning advisor to the Department of the Environment.
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