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Paul Doyle appointed to Managing Director

The Board of Bannon Commercial Property Consultants is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Doyle to the role of Managing Director.

Paul is one of the founding members of Bannon and since the inception of Bannon in January 2005 has been head of the Professional Services Team.  Paul will continue in that role.

Former Managing Director Neil Bannon will continue as head of Asset and Property Management and, in a strategic move for the company, will be dedicating more of this time to business development with a particular focus on the practice’s international client base.  Neil’s concentration on this area reflects the ever increasing importance of providing professional services to an international standard.

Joe Bannon will continue in his role as Executive Chairman.

In commenting on his appointment Paul said, “I look forward to starting my role from an excellent platform within Bannon, surrounded by some of the most experienced staff in the Irish commercial property market.  Anticipating a very strong 2015 on the back of strong economic indicators, a noted acceleration in new development to cater for the supply shortage in certain sectors and another busy year in the transaction market, we look forward to satisfying the specialist requirements of our expanding client base.  On the back of our confidence in the market we will, over the next few months, be increasing our staff from 55 to over 60, by adding five new surveyors.  2014 was an extremely busy year for Bannon, and in 2015 we see ourselves even more so at the fore of the market”.

Neil Bannon commented “Bannon has matured into one the most significant players in the Irish property market and is now the largest Irish owned Commercial Property practice.  We credit this success to the calibre and commitment of the energetic team that has been attracted to Bannon over the last decade.  The Irish property market promises to be an exciting and prosperous environment over the next decade as we move to a new more sophisticated Commercial property environment where the reliance on ‘best in class’ property professionals will become ever more important”.