Monday June 1, 2020

Chatham Street businesses fighting revamp disruption

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

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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