Monday February 17, 2020

Chatham Street businesses fighting revamp disruption

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
6th January, 2019
James Dunne of Bar Rua, Mary Costelloe with her daughter Fiona Barnes from Costelloe + Costelloe and Paul O’Neill of Great Outdoors Pic: Fergal Phillips

Companies on Chatham Street in Dublin have pooled their resources in a bid to counter the effects of a “perfect storm” of disruption to their businesses.

Ongoing paving works by Dublin City Council, as well as the redevelopment of a block of properties on the site, have had a significant impact on trade, according to James Dunne of Carrig Brewing, which owns Bar Rua at the junction of Clarendon Street.

“We’ve lost some...

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