Updated: 28/09/17 : 05:11:45Printable Version
picked up over 100,000 from the sale of two former Garda stations in county Sligo.
The sales were conducted in 2015 and 2016 by the Office of Public Works, the Dáil learned on Tuesday
The old station at Easkey yielded 65,000 with the former station at Aclare selling for 40,000.
Back in 2012, one Garda residence in Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, got over 100,00 for State coffers.
sale of the former station at Kiltyclogher was worth 58,000 while the
station once used in Ballyfarnon was worth 40,000 when sold.
Some former barracks have been licenced to local community groups such as in Ballymote.
Junior Minister, Kevin 'Boxer Moran, told Pearse Doherty that twelve former stations were now used by community groups.
It also emerged that most public buildings sold by the Office of Public Works in the past five years were former Garda stations.
Significant sales included a stud, a Gaelic football pitch and a city centre church in Dublin worth almost 1.5 million.