Dublin City Council’s €264m of development land & buildings

This is Dublin City Council’s fixed assets in relation to land and buildings as of February 2015, it includes a line by line breakdown of each asset and its valuation. The total value of the council’s land and buildings is put at €264,002,172.83

HSE Northeast assets register 2007 to 2010

Part of an ongoing process. These are the assets registries for the HSE Northeast region for 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. In 2010 HSE northeast put the acquisition value of its assets at €401,308,371.55.

HSE Northeast Assets 2007
HSE Northeast Assets 2008
HSE Northeast Assets 2009
HSE Northeast Assets 2010

HSE Midlands assets registries 2007 to 2010

Part of an ongoing process. These are the assets registries for HSE Midlands for the years 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. They cover buildings, vehicles, lands, computers and general equipment owned by the HSE.

Assets Registry 2007
Assets Registry 2008
Assets Registry 2009
Assets Registry 2010

HSE West fixed assets register

Part of an ongoing process. This is the fixed assets register of HSE West for the year 2010.

The total value of assets at HSE West for 2010 was put at €467,973,306.65. This is broken down as:

€338,838,557.72 Buildings
€76,914,547.76 Land
€494,847.78 Vehicles
€11,307,286.82 WIP
€40,418,066.57 Equipment

Here is the full dataset.

HSE southeast assets registry 2010

This is the assets register for HSE southeast for 2010. I will be gradually publishing all assets registries for the HSE over the coming weeks. HSE South is the only exception, as they have been unable to export the data to a spreadsheet.

The data includes the building assets, land assets, vehicles assets, equipment, computer equipment, computer software of HSE Southeast.

Downloadable spreadsheet

Department of Environment fixed assets registry

In case you ever wondered, this is the fixed assets registry of the Department of the Environment. The total original cost of the assets was €71,974,935.65, which has been depreciated by €12,649,299.34 to €38,496,075.13.

The registry details all the fixed assets, including tables, chairs, computers, bogs, vehicles (not sure why they are there) and how much was paid per item.

Of note was the €29,766.00 and €14,915.79 spent on carpet for Minister Gormley’s corridor at Custom House Quay, though as an old building it probably would have required expensive carpet.

Full sheet for download