Dublin City University unveils €230m capital development plan

WCN Editorial Team 5 May 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Dublin City University (DCU) has unveiled a €230m capital development plan to transform the multi-campus university.

 
The five-year development will improve the university’s capacity in research and innovation. The construction of a new student centre, new sports facilities, additional on-campus accommodation and 21st century digital teaching spaces are also part of the transformation.

€54m of funding provided by Ireland Strategic Investment Fund will be used to improve facilities on the All Hallows Campus and the construction of student accommodation.

It will also facilitate the construction of two new floors on the F Building on the St Patrick’s College campus.

On the Glasnevin campus, the finance will allow a buy-back of existing campus residences and construction of an additional on-campus student housing project.

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