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Retail Sales volume decreased by 0.5% in October 2019

The volume of retail sales decreased 0.5% in October when compared to September on a seasonally adjusted basis and increased by 3.0% on an annual basis. When Motor Trades are excluded, the volume of retail sales decreased by 2.1% in October 2019 and rose by 3.2% when compared with October 2018. The sectors with the […]

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Hollister to open store at Blanchardstown Centre

Hollister is set to become the latest retailer to join the line-up at the Blanchardstown Centre. The American clothing brand has agreed a 10-year lease for a 582 sq.m (6,265 sq.ft) unit at the hugely-successful Dublin scheme. Hollister will join JD Sports who signed up last year for a 1,100 sq.m (11,800 sq.ft) store within […]


Petstop in Limerick wins AIBMS Retail Excellence Awards

BIG congrats to Petstop Ltd, in Bannon managed Limerick One Shopping Park for winning Pet Store of the Year and the Top 5 Store award at the AIBMS Retail Excellence Awards on Saturday night! Great to see the store doing so well a year on from leasing the space through Bannon!

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Carraig Donn opens in The Square Tallaght

Carraig Donn are delighted to open their brand new store in The Square Tallaght today from 11am, where they are offering 20% off full price stock, goodie bags for the first 50 customers plus more exclusive opening offers!            

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Diffney opens pop up shop in The Square Tallaght

Dublin’s largest menswear fashion Diffney is now open on Level 1 in The Square Tallaght.  

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Retail Sales volume increased by 4.3% in September 2019

The volume of retail sales increased 4.3% in September when compared to August on a seasonally adjusted basis and increased by 4.2% on an annual basis. When Motor Trades are excluded, the volume of retail sales increased by 2.3% in September 2019 and rose by 4.7% when compared with September 2018. The sectors with the largest […]

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Smyths Toys now the most successful Irish retailer abroad

The filing of its accounts confirmed last week that Smyths Toys is already making a financial return on its deal last year to acquire the central European operations of Toys R Us. The family-owned group is now – individually and collectively – profitable in Ireland, the UK, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. That surely makes Smyths […]

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Dunnes keeps top spot in supermarket rankings

Brexit and the recent wet weather failed to dampen consumer confidence here over the last few weeks as grocery sales grew by 3.3% in the 12 weeks to October 6. New figures from Kantar show that Dunnes has now been the country’s biggest retailer for a full year as it increased its market share of […]

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McGarrell Reilly plans new shops at Lusk Village Quarter

McGarrell Reilly’s plans for a new €75m Lusk Village Quarter in Lusk, Co Dublin, have been amended to include eight units with a combined 1,000 sq m for use as retail, restaurant and café outlets. Its plans also include a 2,500 sq.m supermarket that will be let to the discount operator Lidl, which will be […]

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IPUT granted permission for €75m centre in Carrickmines

Planning permission has been granted for a large new retail and residential development in south Dublin, despite strong opposition from the owners of the Dundrum Town Centre. An Bord Pleanála has rejected an appeal by several parties including the Dundrum Retail Limited Partnership against the decision of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to approve a €75 […]