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Licence to print money: pub revival spreading to the commuter belt

Pubs in the counties near Dublin appear to be selling for their development potential as well as for their traditional use

14th July, 2019
Chrissy D’s in Bray

Following in the footsteps of the residential market, the revival in the pub trade in Dublin appears to be extending out to the commuter belt.

John Ryan of CBRE says following a sluggish first quarter the Dublin pub market has seen quite a bit of activity over the last few months, fuelled by very strong trading conditions and the improved availability of funding. The largest reported transaction saw one of the capital’s most extensive publicans,...

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