Tuesday February 25, 2020

UL plans to build €35m campus in Limerick city centre

23rd December, 2018

More than €35 million is to be invested in a new University of Limerick city campus.

Currently, UL is largely based in the Castletroy area outside Limerick city centre. As revealed by The Sunday Business Post, construction on a €2 billion university town adjacent to the main UL campus will begin in 2021.

In contrast, the new city campus will be located in the heart of Limerick. It will be about 80,000 square feet and will...

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