Monday September 21, 2020

Brexit cloud may hold silver lining for white knight industrial sector

While tourism and retail-related landlords await the roll of the Brexit dice with bated breath, those in warehousing and logistics are sitting pretty

8th September, 2019
Retailers will need more logistics space for the handling of imports

In the initial upbeat response to Brexit, expectations were highest for Dublin’s office market, but this year the focus has switched to the Cinderella of the property market – the industrial sector.

Even more recently, warnings from Revenue about the effects of tariffs and Vat on online shopping raised hopes that Brexit might throw a lifeline to those Irish bricks-and-mortar retailers which have been slow to get their online act together.

This optimism...

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