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THE EVOLUTION OF THE OFFICE SECTOR

The ‘Office’ has featured heavily in the press over the past 18 months and indeed in everyday conversation, as working from home became a necessity for most office-based employees. Countless articles and blogs have been published with sensationalised headlines such as “What will the office market look like after the great remote working experiment?” to […]

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Cracking the Sustainability Code needs more action and less Greenwashing!

The function of all forms of real estate and the specific requirements of its users continues to change at pace. The most significant factors driving this evolution are non-financial – Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) requirements. At Bannon, we are seeing a profound shift from clients towards more sustainable practices. With environmental issues coming to […]

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Consumers prefer real-life shopping experiences, says leading Irish retailer

Retail is back and it’s here to stay, says Christine Dolan of Quayside Shopping centre in Sligo Town. The centre manager believes that the majority of Irish consumers prefer the social experience of a trip to the shops over the convenience of e-tail. She told the All-Ireland Business Times that Quayside is busier than ever. […]

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Five Lamps Spar store guiding at €900,000.

Five Lamps Spar store guiding at €900,000. Ros Tierney of Bannon says: “We expect to see significant interest from pension investors. This is a high-profile, resilient property with a tenant who has performed strongly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The investment offers the purchaser an attractive yield and a long lease term.”

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My Job: Neil Bannon

In a wide- ranging feature for “My Job” in the business section of today’s @IrishExaminer, our founder and executive chairman @NeilBannon talks about the the importance of sustainability and what it means in practical terms, how clients are seeking to leverage the firm’s market leading expertise in Retail and apply it to a new user […]

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Executive Chair: Neil Bannon, Executive Chairman of Bannon Commercial Property I Newstalk

We were delighted to hear our Executive Chairman Neil Bannon interviewed on Executive Chair, part of Newstalk’s “Down to Business” radio show on Saturday. Neil and Bobby discussed the big changes to the nature of the Office and how it will move from being functional to experiential. He provided the valuable insight that Investors and Employers […]

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CPOs – TWO SIDES OF THE COIN

In Irish history, there have been numerous examples of the presiding Government instigating a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) to implement national projects.  Intentions being for the future development of the country and public interest.  A Government Minister or Acquiring Authority is required to seek a CPO from An Bord Pleanála and in contentious cases such […]

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How do we accommodate the office of the future?

Covid-19 and Sustainability awareness are changing Ireland’s commercial property market By Neil Bannon, Executive Chairman, Bannon Opinion piece published in the Property Plus supplement, The Business Post, Sunday, July 25, 2021 The Commercial Property market will look very different in the coming years due to two game-changers – Covid and its permanent impact on the […]

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At a Glance: Office Market Q2 2021

The Dublin office market has shown significant signs of improvement and given the large quantity of reserved space the second half of the year looks very positive.

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At a Glance: Investment Market H1 2021

Despite the backdrop, another very strong quarter in the Capital Markets with the private rented residential sector leading the charge as usual. Based on pipeline supply 2021 turnover looks set to be the 2nd strongest year of all time! See Bannon quarterly snapshot.