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British shopping centres decline in value

It is difficult to estimate the impact that Irish money - including that from Northern Ireland - has had on Britain’s shopping centre investment market, but €1.5 billion worth of purchases since 2007 would be on the conservative side.

3rd May, 2008

It is difficult to estimate the impact that Irish money - including that from Northern Ireland - has had on Britain’s shopping centre investment market, but €1.5 billion worth of purchases since 2007 would be on the conservative side.

The most significant recent deals include Irish Life’s €108 million purchase of the Nicholson Centre in Berkshire last May, Anglo Irish Bank’s €115 million Liverpool Metquarter deal in August of last year, and the Goodbody/Allied...

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