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Irish Fashion Incubator a part of Limerick's Masterplan
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Sep '12
Limerick Institute of Technology has announced a significant stimulus for the Limerick and Mid-West region’s economy with the unveiling of its €200m plus ‘Campus 2030 Masterplan’. 

The Masterplan, launched by Minister Jan O’Sullivan at LIT’s Limerick School of Art & Design (LSAD) city centre campus at Clare Street, Limerick, is in response to unprecedented growth across LIT discipline areas such as Art and Design, Engineering and Humanities. It also reflects the expansion in LIT’s Enterprise Centres and the applied research capabilities, which were not part of the original masterplans when the campuses were developed during the late 1990s. 
 
LIT footprint to be more than doubled, including development of third and new Limerick campus plus significant expansion of existing Limerick and Tipperary campuses City Centre Irish Fashion Incubator, provision of student accommodation and major investment in sports facilities among many other key elements.
 
The investment will see an additional 50,000sq metres of facilities of new facilities as well as extensive refurbishment of existing facilities. It will be invested across LIT’s four existing campuses – its Moylish Park headquarters; LSAD (Clare Street, Limerick); its LIT Tipperary campus in Thurles and Clonmel – as well as a brand new 7,000sq metre new campus at Coonagh, Limerick.

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