Nama to apply for planning permission in ‘Google quarter’

24th December, 2014
The Silicon Docks site in Dublin 2

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is due to apply for planning permission for part of the coveted Silicon Docks Bolands Mill site, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

The three-acre site at Grand Canal Dock, where Google, Facebook and other tech giants have their European headquarters, is also the subject of intense interest from Google, which has acquired anything that has come to market on Barrow Street near its head office in...

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