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
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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