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Ronan warns thousands of Salesforce jobs at risk over docklands height row

Explosive letter: developer claims he cannot house the US tech giant in his building unless its height rises by two storeys

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

10th March, 2019

Developer Johnny Ronan has warned of the threat to thousands of jobs at US tech giant Salesforce by claiming there could be another “Apple fiasco” if he is not given permission to increase the height of his “mega-tower” in the Dublin Docklands.

Salesforce has announced plans to increase its workforce from 1,400 to 2,900 over the next five years, in its new headquarters in Spencer Place in the Dublin Docklands.

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