Wednesday April 1, 2020

Empty shop units blight retail parks

This time last year, plans for a new €70 million retail park in Navan were unveiled by the Fyffes property spin-off, Blackrock International Land.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
21st February, 2009

This time last year, plans for a new €70 million retail park in Navan were unveiled by the Fyffes property spin-off, Blackrock International Land. It was a joint venture with Lagan Development Holdings and has 13 retail warehouses One year on, and just two of those units, Halfords and Pet Mania, are trading. Two others, including Home base and DID Electrical, are occupied but have yet to open for business. Nine units are vacant at...

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