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GAA shelves campus expansion

No new office space for national development facility after application fails to get a fire safety cert

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

18th December, 2016
National Sports Campus in Blanchardstown Pic:

The GAA has decided not to proceed with an expansion of part of its €12 million National Games Development Centre in the National Sports Campus.

The organisation opened the development centre in April. It consists of an exact replica of the Croke Park pitch, a spectator viewing terrace, changing rooms, meeting rooms, a gym and a canteen.

The association had also planned to expand a 400 square metre open area into office space, but the...

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