Find a workspace that’s just right for you in Tallaght – with co-working!

A new communal working space is due to open in Tallaght in 2024, providing space for up to 60 businesses, including entrepreneurs, start-up companies and small & medium enterprises.

Work IQ will open the centre in the newly developed Tallaght Innovation Quarter, with the project expected to support the creation of over 700 jobs. The company has appointed Eoghan Powell as Centre Director, Lisa Simpson as Assistant Centre Manager and Daniel Halpin as Business Growth Manager. It will be the first Irish centre run by Oxford Innovation Space, the organisation responsible for managing the largest network of innovation centres in the UK, housing over 1,000 innovative early-stage businesses.

Work IQ offers flexible coworking spaces for people who are looking for regular workspaces to increase focus, collaboration, and networking. Whether you choose the flexibility of the “pay-as-you-go” option or the reliability of their monthly coworking package, you can find a workspace that’s just right for you. With excellent amenities and support services from our friendly team, they strive to make sure that each coworker finds the ideal setup to thrive in while working.

The 2,980sqm centre will include co-working spaces, private offices, meeting and conference rooms, in addition to business supports and events aimed at helping companies grow.

Located in Tallaght town centre, the Innovation Quarter is owned by South Dublin County Council, and will also include a cost-rental apartment scheme and a new public park, Innovation Square.

The €16 million project has been funded by the council, with support from the Department of Housing through the Urban Regeneration and Development Fund.

Currently, the URDF part-funds 132 projects, comprising of almost 400 subprojects, all across the country.

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Welcome to Tallaght

Failte go Tamhlacht

Tallaght is the largest settlement, and county town , of South Dublin, Ireland and the largest satellite town of Dublin. The central village area was the site of a monastic settlement from at least the 8th century, which became one of medieval Ireland’s more important monastic centres.

Up to the 1960s, Tallaght was a small village in the old County Dublin linked to several nearby rural areas which were part of the large civil parish of the same name – the local council estimates the population then to be 2,500,
Which now in 2023 Tallaghts population is an estimated 75,000.

Did you know ? That in April 2018 Tallaght had its first ever ‘Welcome to Tallaght’ sign erected just off the M50 for the Tallaght exit and just 3 days later the sign had gone missing? Why do you think that was ?

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Here’s a little motivational quote for all of us. Let’s drop any fear that we might have and dive into the world of social media ?! Enjoy the course and wish you good luck at your assignments.