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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.

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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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M&S new anchor for Pavilions, Swords

Chartered Land have confirmed that Marks & Spencer have signed legal documents and will become the anchor tenant for the proposed extension of the Swords Pavilions shopping centre in North Dublin.


National Toll Roads relocate offices

National Toll Roads (NTR) has relocated their office within Citywest Business Campus to 3050 Lakedrive.

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Hutchison 3G signs lease for new HQ beside Gaeity Centre

CHARTERED LAND has announced that The Hong Kong based telecoms giant Hutchison 3G is to relocate its new headquarters to One Clarendon Row on Clarendon Street. Hutchison 3G will take 1,867 sq.m within One Clarendon Row, Dublin 2. Hutchison 3G are currently located on Suffolk Street and expect to be relocated in their new offices early in the New Year.

NAMA will have a hard job trying to value office property

One would think that the task facing of NAMA of valuing existing properties which are currently leased or vacant would prove a much simpler process than valuing development land.