Thursday July 2, 2020

Bank of Scotland takes a stake in Alkens’ sites

Bank of Scotland is understood to be taking a stake of about 33 per cent in the redevelopment of the former SDS site on the Naas Road in west Dublin.

16th February, 2008

Bank of Scotland is understood to be taking a stake of about 33 per cent in the redevelopment of the former SDS site on the Naas Road in west Dublin.

The site was bought by the Alken brothers, Greg and Anthony, in 2006 for nearly €110 million.

Bank of Scotland is also taking the same stake in the redevelopment of a site in Sandyford, which is also owned by the brothers, as part of the same deal....

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