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Office boom makes Dublin Brexit-ready

Skyline survey says 136 new office buildings planned over next five years

10th November, 2016
Property investors see Brexit opportunities for Dublin. Pic: Rollingnews.ie

Some have questioned whether the city’s infrastructure could cope with a large influx of new companies and workers. According to a report released today, however, office space will not be an issue.

Property consultant Savills Ireland says 136 new office buildings totalling more than 12 million square feet are being planned for Dublin over the next five years. Savills says this would be enough to accommodate 100,000 office workers.

The company says that if even half...

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