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Former An Post director to head Tailte Éireann
Liam O'Sullivan Pic: courtesy of IPC

09 Jun 2023 / property Print

Former An Post director to head Tailte Éireann

Liam O’Sullivan has been appointed to head Tailte Éireann, the State agency brought about by the merger of the Property Registration Authority (PRA), the Valuation Office, and Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSI).

O’Sullivan (pictured), who previously worked for An Post and International Post Corporation (IPC), will take up his position as chief executive officer (CEO) from 10 July.

Darragh O'Brien (Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage) said that the new chief executive had shown that he had the skills needed to lead Tailte Éireann through a period of transformation.

‘Strong foundations’

O’Sullivan takes over from acting chief executive Liz Pope, who oversaw the merger process and the establishment of the new agency.

The new CEO worked with An Post at a senior level for more than 20 years, before joining the Brussels-based IPC as chief operations officer in 2017.

O’Sullivan said that he was looking forward to leading the implementation of Tailte Éireann’s new strategy, while building on the strong foundations of the merged entities.

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