In this publication our leasing team summarise some of the more significant recent transactions and Neil Bannon focuses on footfall levels on our two most prominent high streets, namely Grafton Street and Henry Street, where current activity has proved very much contrary to previously predicted bad news speculation. To view the full report, please click here.
In early September I had the privilege of joining Bannon as a Graduate Surveyor. Having completed my internship in Bannon in third and fourth year as part of my Property Economics degree I was already familiar with the office setting and the familiar faces. The positive and friendly atmosphere made this transition seamless. Starting any […]
The Bannon team had a wonderful time at the 2023 Nexus Masquerade-themed Ball on Saturday evening held by the SCSI – Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland in the Morrison Hotel, Dublin. A great night of networking with fellow future leaders of the property industry and we are looking forward to the next one! […]
The Government aims to have 80% of Irish electricity come from renewable energy. As part of Budget 2024 a €380 million fund has been announced to help households with the green transition and reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy bills. The doubling of the tax disregard in respect of personal income received by households who […]
It is crucial to prioritise and establish a comprehensive water conservation strategy for any asset. Some factors to consider include: How much water are we using and for what? Are conservation measures in place? Are there any leaks? Have we a Water Strategy and Water Management Plan with goals? The primary water conservation objective of […]
The Bannon Property Management Team are delighted to attend today’s SCSI PMFM Conference which is being held at Windmill Lane. A great opportunity to hear about market trends and meet with professionals from across the property industry.