EU: EU Food and Veterinary Office (FVO) moves to new premises
The European Commission's Food and Veterinary Office has today [Tuesday] moved to its new premises in Grange, Co Meath, Ireland. The building, located on a nine hectare landscaped site 40 kilometres north-west of Dublin, will accommodate the existing 150 FVO staff and has a range of facilities including, a conference centre, crèche, restaurant and cafeteria. The 12,500 square metre building was designed by the Irish Office of Public Works on behalf of the Commission.
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