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HOMELESS PROBLEM SLEEPING ROUGH IN CORK

Someone that I met on a train to Cork insisted that they did not have a homeless problem in the City. Having visited Cork in September 2018 and May 2019 I believe that they do but maybe not on the same scale as Dublin.

A Polish man, 47, who had been sleeping rough, was found dead in a doorway on Saturday 8 June 2019. The death came just weeks after two men in their 30s, who were also known to the city’s homeless services, were found dead on the streets of Cork within days of each other.

Gardner House was designed as Cork’s first purpose built office block and originally known as Sutton House, as it was constructed on the site of Sutton’s merchants which burned down in 1963. The prevous building was by Chillingworth & Levie.
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