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14 Aug 2022

Louth County Council approves DKIT application for building extension

Funding approved for region's first technology gateway at DkIT

DKIT's Regional Development Centre is set to be extended

Dundalk IT have been granted permission by Louth County Council to build an extension on their Regional Development Centre building.

According to the planning application, the new extension to the Regional Development Centre, which is located on DKIT’s campus, will be three storeys tall.

The extension to the building will have a gross floor area of 1,214 square metres to allow for offices and incubation space for start-up businesses.

The application also details space for meeting rooms and sanitary facilities, alongside the necessary landscaping to construct the project.

In addition, the development will create a new accessible entrance to the existing Regional Development Centre building.

The building itself has been used to support companies across the North East, forming links between academics in DKIT with local businesses to help them develop.

According to DKIT, the facility work with student start-ups, small and medium enterprises to multinational corporations on a variety of projects.

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