Galway City Council has given the green light for the first phase on plans for a new €120 million business campus on the eastern side of the side – and construction work could be set to start there next year.
02 November 2018:
Thomas McDonogh & Sons, applied this week to Galway City Council for planning permission for Phase 1 of the project, which is valued at around €50m.
The first phase of plans will include office blocks up to eight storeys high, public plazas and a 193-bed hotel.
12 September 2017:
Preliminary plans have been drawn up for a €80 million office development in Ballybane, which would create space for up to 3,000 workers.
A planning application for the East Gate Innovation Campus – which would be located on a site of around 10 acres at Bóthar na Mine – is expected to be submitted to the City Council within the next year.
The masterplan for the site is for 32,500 square metres of office space across seven or eight blocks, which will sit on a landscaped ‘podium’, with under-croft (ground floor) parking underneath. It also includes a large public plaza, conference hall, outdoor cinema, cafés and restaurants. It is also expected there will be a residential element to the project.
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