Ronan company in court over rent arrears row with Bewley’s
Developer Johnny Ronan’s RGRE group earlier refused a rent holiday requested by the Campbell family, owners of the Grafton Street cafe
The legal dispute over a claimed €750,000 in rent arrears at Bewley’s Cafe on Grafton Street in Dublin 2 is in court tomorrow morning, as landlord RGRE seeks to take back control of the property.
The Campbell family’s Bewley’s Ltd shut the famous Grafton Street cafe in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, and has made the decision that it is not commercially viable to reopen it at present.
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