Amazon seeks to increase size of new north Dublin data centre

The tech retail giant has applied for planning permission to build a 14,330 square metre facility in Dublin 17

31st October, 2021
Amazon seeks to increase size of new north Dublin data centre
Amazon’s plan to increase the size of the data centre by 50 per cent has come after calls for a moratorium on data centre construction.

Amazon has sought permission to significantly increase the size of a new data centre project it is planning in north Dublin.

The tech retail giant has applied for planning permission to build a 14,330 square metre facility spread across two buildings on a 3.75-hectare site in the Clonshaugh Business and Technology Park in Dublin 17.

In 2019, permission was granted for a 9,250 square metre data centre on the land, which is located north of the Santry...

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