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A rare encounter with the Heineken Cup

Just seeing the Heineken Cup can spur you into action and this is what happened on the 22nd of September when the staff at Bannon embarked on a charity cycle to Wexford in aid of the charity Welcome Home.

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€7.8 Million sought for AIB Trade Centre

‘THE AIB Trade Centre, a distinctive office investment near the front of Dublin’s IFSC, is to be offered for sale through Bannon’s investment department with a guide price of €7.8 million.

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Ban on reviews….its lose lose lose

The ‘on again off again’ saga of upward only rent reviews came to an end this week. Dermot Ahern finally decided to sign a banning order on the contentious clause under Section 132 of the Land Conveyance Reform Act after suggestions the matter was being dropped. While on the face of it this populist decision looks like progress, it is not necessarily one that is going to be applauded by either side of the deep legal divide.

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Bannon highly commended at UK Property Awards

Bannon’s Retail Management Team were recently commended at the prestigious SCEPTRE awards held in the Dorchester Hotel in London. The accolade is particularly impressive as Bannon were the only Irish-owned property agents to be short-listed and commended.

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Eur 50M John Lewis store to debut in Dublin

John Lewis has confirmed it is to debut in Ireland and open its first non-UK store in the capital city at Chartered Land’s O’Connell Street scheme.

Signing of BCM Hanby Wallace for Grand Canal Square

CHARTERED LAND, one of Ireland’s leading commercial property companies, announced that BCM Hanby Wallace has signed legal documentation to occupy over 150,000 sq ft of office space at Number 2, Grand Canal Square. The law firm is currently located on Harcourt Street and expects to move to its new home in early 2010.

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Hamleys to open first stand-alone European store in Dundrum TC

Dundrum Town Centre, the prestigious 850,000 square feet shopping centre, 5 kilometres south of Dublin City Centre is to welcome Hamleys, the world’s most famous toy shop. The 250 year old toy retailer, famed for its magic, theatre and entertainment, is opening its first European stand alone store outside of its famous flagship shop in London’s Regent Street.

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New alliance with major Beijing property firm, HPEG

Beijing based ‘Heyday Property Enterprise Group’ (HPEG) have entered into a Property Alliance with Bannon, Ireland’s leading Retail Property Consultants.