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Retail parks begin to gain from recovery

The retail park market is benefiting from a bounce in the housing market.

6th April, 2014
Blanchardstown Retail Park in Dublin is beginning to see a recovery

The beginning of a recovery appears to be under way in some sectors of the retail park market, especially those near areas where the housing market is recovering.

This is partly thanks to a pick-up in sales of bulky goods such as furniture, thanks to home buyers who are also purchasing electrical and other items to equip their homes.

During the downturn in the housing market, furniture retailers suffered especially badly, with a number of...

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