Cork data centres plan to create 150 jobs

Property group hopes to attract multinationals

10th June, 2016
JCD Group has big plans for former Mitsui Denman site

A commercial property company has announced plans to build a number of data centres near Cork city, creating 150 jobs. JCD Group plans to build the data centres as part of the redevelopment of the former Mitsui Denman site in Little Island.

The company says a decision on planning permission is due in 'a matter of weeks', and that the €200m investment will transform the 32-acre site into a technology campus with over 275,000 square feet...

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