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Bridgefield’s proximity to Junction 4 for the M50 and Junction 3 for the M1 means Ireland’s main road network is just minutes away. And Dublin City Centre can be easily reached by car, bus or even bicycle.
Bridgefield is Wiredscore Home Certified
Wired Certification is a real estate rating scheme that empowers landlords to understand and improve, their buildings’ digital infrastructure.
In 2013, WiredScore was founded in New York by leaders in real estate, technology and telecommunications, with an endorsement from Mayor Bloomberg. Their first residential digital connectivity rating scheme WiredScore Home was launched in May 2019 by the Secretary of State for Digital Culture Media and Sport. There are currently over 4500 homes committed to Certification.
Wiredscore in Ireland
WiredScore first entered the Irish market in July 2017 with a commercial real estate certification system. It has certified close to 100 buildings locally, including Dublin Airport, Wilton Park which serves as the European headquarters for LinkedIn amongst others. WiredScore Home launched in Ireland on February 27th, 2020.
Bridgefield is the first residential development to achieve WiredScore Certification in Ireland.
What does this mean for the Bridgefield community?
Fast, secure digital connectivity in 2020 is a need, not a want, for our residence, so they can live, work and play seamlessly, in a home that’s as connected as they are. Bridgefield is the first residential development to obtain Wiredscore Certification in Ireland and is committed to providing excellence in connectivity.
Wiredscore’s Irish home connectivity report
As a global race, we become more globally connected year on year. The world’s internet users now spend an average of 6 hours and 43 minutes online each day, and the typical user now spends more than 40% of their waking life using the internet. While the government’s ambition is to move to more fibre connections, in recent years, Ireland’s digital infrastructure has lagged behind its European counterparts, with currently only around 8% of homes having access to fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) connections.
To read this report, click here.
RESIDENTS AND VISITORS WILL BE SERVED BY THE PROPOSED METROLINK NORTHWOOD STATION, ADJACENT TO BRIDGEFIELD
ACCESS TO M50 / M1
|GRAND CANAL DOCK
DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY
|GRAND CANAL DOCK
DUBLIN CITY CENTRE
GULLIVER RETAIL PARK
|SANTRY RIVER PARK
|TRINITY SPORTS GROUND
|GOURMET FOOD PARLOUR