ISIF brings its long term, patient and flexible approach to investment in strategic assets that enhance, develop or sustain the physical, virtual and energy connectivity of Ireland as an island nation.
Many of the connectivity and infrastructure investments suited to the ISIF mandate will be in the regions but some of national significance will be in Dublin. ISIF also seeks to provide early stage and enabling investments in infrastructure that unlocks subsequent development activity.
ISIF works to compliment, where relevant, other of state supports and grant funding where ISIF can be the catalyst for commercial investment and thereby maximise the impact of the overall state investment in a region.
Infrastructure and Connectivity Investments
Port of Cork
€18m long term, flexible debt funding solution to support the new €80m Port of Cork Container facility at Ringaskiddy and the relocation of port operations from Tivoli Docks.
Irish Infrastructure Fund
Portfolio of Irish infrastructure assets.
Irish developer of fibre-optic infrastructure including a transatlantic and Anglo-Irish connectivity network
Limerick Twenty Thirty - Opera Square
Joint venture partnership to finance the development of the One Opera Square project in Limerick city centre.
Fully fund the resurfacing of the runway at Shannon Airport
Shannon Airport Hangar
ISIF committed €12.0m in long term, non-recourse funding, for the development of an aircraft hangar
Enabling infrastructure works necessary to unlock residential housing in Cherrywood SDZ
Housing Infrastructure Services Company DAC (HISCo) (follow-on)
A revolving credit facility to HISCo, ISIF’s 50:50 joint venture with Cork County Council supporting residential development. https://hisco.ie/