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Gallagher outlines new €100m plan to develop sites around country

"We need to have a robust and expanding SME sector that is nurtured"

20th May, 2018
Sean Gallagher: ‘We will look at anything that is under-optimised’

Clyde Real Estate, the property investment company backed by entrepreneurs Sean Gallagher and Colm Piercy, is working on a €100 million development plan for sites they own in Dublin, Cork, Dundalk and Carlow.

Gallagher, the chief executive of Clyde, told The Sunday Business Post that two of the biggest projects they were working on was advancing a masterplan for the well-known former Braun site in Carlow, as well as working on designs for 120,000 square...

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