Demand for the 25,550 sq m site has been strong to date, according to a JCD spokesperson.
The developers have access to a 60MW electrical grid connection to the adjoining substation in Little Island, for delivery in 2017 which will provide enough power to support the proposed data centres while maintaining additional capacity to support future expansion.
The proposed campus represents another part of the city’s modern infrastructure jigsaw after its connectivity was substantially improved as a result of the Hibernia Network subsea cable which landing in Cork last year.
The marathon is a platform for outstanding achievements and unforgettable memories.
No-one will forget the heart-warming scene as 80 year old couple Kay and Joe O’Regan crossed the line hand in hand last year, or as Damien Coleman, Blackrock GAA set a new Guinness World Record running the marathon while soloing a hurley and sliotar.
Swap your Sunday drive for a run, walk or jog as the 2017 Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon launched today with a new race date of Sunday 4th June announced.
After a decade of participants marking the end of their June Bank Holiday weekend crossing the finish line of the Cork City Marathon, organisers have answered the requests from past and potential participants to move this iconic race to Sunday.
In previous years, we have welcomed the introduction of various innovative race categories, such as the Youth Challenge, to enable greater participation and this year is no different.
“Moving the traditional race day from Monday to Sunday allows more flexibility for visitors both nationally and internationally traveling to participate.
As scores of Irish Coast Guard staff, in their distinctive black uniforms and white peaked caps, flanked the entrance to the church, Ms Lucas's husband Bernard and son Ben fought back tears to describe their loss.