Lack of office space could threaten Ireland's competitiveness, SCSI says

New research from the Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCSI) has revealed that over half of commerical property occupiers are unhappy with the availability of suitable properties on the market.

22nd August, 2014
The SCSI said that measures must be taken to ensure Ireland's competitiveness in attracting FDI is not threatened

New research from the Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCSI) has revealed that over half of commercial property occupiers are unhappy with the availability of suitable properties on the market.

A third also said they were unsatisfied with their ability to access funding from their financial institutions for the purpose of purchasing a property.

The survey also revealed that one in five tenants have applied for a rent reduction, with 42 per cent achieving a reduction...

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