Agency wants DIT plan reinstated

The government is being urged to reconsider its plan to shelve the new campus at Dublin Institute of Technology in Grangegorman because of lower costs. The Grangegorman Development Agency has succe

13th November, 2011

The government is being urged to reconsider its plan to shelve the new campus at Dublin Institute of Technology in Grangegorman because of lower costs.

The Grangegorman Development Agency has succeeded in shaving €11 million from the state's contribution to the new campus project to be built on a 73-acre greenfield site north of the city. Revised figures were sent to the Department of Education in recent weeks after its request for a new 'fall-back'...

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