Tuesday February 18, 2020

Fallon & Byrne landlord to object to striking-off of firms

Owners of Swan Centre in Rathmines, where the food hall and restaurant was trading until January 2, are also said to be pursuing lease forfeiture

12th January, 2020
Fiona McHugh, who founded Fallon & Byrne with her husband Paul Byrne Picture: Graham Hughes

The landlord at the Fallon & Byrne store that shut suddenly after Christmas is planning to object to the strike-off of several companies associated with the group over an outstanding rent claim.

The food hall and restaurant in the busy Dublin suburb of Rathmines closed on December 31, to the shock of most of its staff and its landlord.

It now emerges that the business was taking advice on a restructuring process in the run-up to...

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