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Modern headquarter facility available to let in Santry

Bannon has been appointed to let a 2,215 sq m (23,850 sq ft) modern headquarter facility at Woodford Business Park, Santry

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Rent Reduction Negotiations – A guide for Landlords

Rent reduction discussions are commonplace in the current Irish Property market particularly in the retail area but they need to be seen for what they are; A Re-negotiation of Existing Lease Terms. If you are in the business of re-negotiating lease terms then why stop at the rent? It is important that landlord’s asset managers […]

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D4 shop with €20k rent

A ground floor retail unit of 35 sq m (380 sq ft) at 99 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4, is available to rent for around €20,000 per year.

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No. 14 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2

The international bullion and wealth management company Goldcore have leased No. 14 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2.

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Hutchison 3G HQ take additional space at One Clarendon Row

Hong Kong based telecoms giant Hutchison 3G, is taking extra space at its new headquarters in One Clarendon Row, the impressive new development on Clarendon Street and South King Street.

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ESB appoint Bannon as property advisor

Bannon are delighted to announce our recent appointment as Property Advisor to ESB in respect of their major 400,000 sq.ft. office development on Fitzwilliam Street.

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New retail listing in Temple Bar

Prominent corner unit facing onto Cope Street and Fownes Street with high levels of pedestrian footfall.

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M&S take store in Douglas SC

While British retailer Tesco plans 10 or more new Irish stores in the next 18 months, its more up-market rival Marks & Spencer is set to open its sole new Irish store this year in Cork.

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Office requirement in Dublin 2

Bannon have recently been appointed by GoldCore Ltd to acquire new offices in Dublin 2/4.

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Dublin central gets green light from An Bord Plenala

Bannon are delighted to announce the decision by An Bord Pleanala to grant planning permission for Chartered Land’s Dublin Central Development. This decision marks the culmination of several years work by the entire team involved.