KN Network has received approval  to increase office space in Cloverhill

KN Network has received approval to increase office space in Cloverhill

TELECOMMUNICATIONS firm KN Network Services has received planning approval to increase their office space at the compnay HQ in Cloverhill, in order to cater for growth and extra staff.

The proposed extension will allow the group to employ an additional 98 staff in their Cloverhill HQ, bringing the total number of staff to 298 people.

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KN Networks head office in Cloverhill

Plans contain proposals for the extension of office accommodation to the rear of the existing building in Cloverhill Industrial Estate, Dublin 22.

The proposed extension features an area the size of 455sq m at ground floor, 33.2sq m at first floor, plus covered bicycle parking area to the front of the existing building, to encourage staff to cycle to work.

Formed in 1975, KN Network Services (KN Circet) provide fully managed services to markets in Ireland and across the globe.

Following recent growth, the company are building a portfolio in the UK, Africa, India and the Caribbean.

According to the plans, the group are “constantly expanding their services generating additional staffing requirements.”

The plans state there is sufficient sanitary facilities in the building to cater for the existing and additional staffing numbers, so no additional sanitary facilities are proposed.

KN Network Services were previously approved planning permission for additional parking in anticipation of this extension.

Phase 1 of this parking plan has commenced on site.

Last year the group launched an electric vehicle fleet, provided by Northgate Vehicle Hire.

The investment of €1.1m, contained 29 Hyundai Kona passenger electric vans, the first electric vehicles to join KN’s existing vehicle line-up.

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