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€30m state data centre project hits planning hiccup

Proposals to build the state-owned data centre near Celbride in Co Kildare, were lodged by the Office of the Government’s Chief Information Officer and the OPW in February

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
15th September, 2019

Plans to build a €30 million public sector data centre have been stalled by Kildare County Council’s demand for a road junction to be upgraded as part of the project.

Proposals to build the state-owned data centre near Celbride in Co Kildare, were lodged by the Office of the Government’s Chief Information Officer and the Office of Public Works (OPW) in February.

In April, the county council asked the applicants to...

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