Contact and Location
The ESRI building is in Whitaker Square - a pedestrian only square off Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Cardiff lane.
Pedestrian entrances to Whitaker Square are as follows:
- from Cardiff Lane (beside the Clayton Hotel).
- from Sir John Rogerson’s Quay (beside the Three Ireland building)
- from Hanover Street East.
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Ramps are located at the entrance to Whitaker Square from Sir John Rogerson’s Quay (beside the Three Ireland building) and from Cardiff Lane (beside the Clayton Hotel). The Hanover Street East entrance has street-level access.
DART: Pearse Station in Westland Row
LUAS (red line): Mayor Square.
BUSES: Various, along North Wall Quay and Pearse Street.
Dublin Bikes stations: Lime Street (Station 62) and City Quay (Station 99).
Public parking is available in the surrounding streets. Link to Dublin Docklands parking information.
Frequently Asked Questions
The ESRI is open from 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
An Institiúid um Thaighde Eacnamaíochta agus Sóisialta
The ESRI is not a semi-state organisation.
The ESRI is a not-for-profit economic and social policy research institute. We are fully independent and our work is free of any expressed ideology or political position.
The ESRI is a company limited by guarantee, incorporated in 1960 under the Companies Acts 1908-1959 and registered in Ireland under registration number 18269. The registered office is Whitaker Square, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.
With effect from January 1, 2014, the Health Research & Information Division (HRID) at the ESRI transferred to the HSE and became the Healthcare Pricing Office (HPO).
All queries or post should be sent to: Healthcare Pricing Office (HPO), Brunel Building, Heuston South Quarter, St John’s Road West, Dublin 8.
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Growing Up in Ireland is a Government-funded study of children being carried out jointly by the ESRI and Trinity College Dublin. Visit our GUI webpage for more details. Contact details are as follows:
Growing Up in Ireland, Economic and Social Research Institute, Whitaker Square, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.
Tel: +353 1 8632000 | Freephone 1800 200 434 | Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org| Website: www.esri.ie.
The ESRI’s Quarterly Economic Commentary contains forecast national accounts with figures for GNP, GDP, balance of payments, etc.
Subscribe to the QEC or become a Member of the ESRI to receive hard copy issues of the QEC (four per year), plus Ireland’s Economic Outlook (published every 2 years). Visit our Membership page for more information.
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If you are having difficulty finding a particular publication, please contact our publications team at email@example.com or phone the ESRI on +353 1 8632000.
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