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Open for Brexit

Let’s accentuate the positives of Brexit and create a value proposition for Ireland that maximize the benefits of being the only English speaking country in the EU. We are delighted to have two excellent speakers joining our panel next Tuesday morning to help us tease out the possibilities of Ireland remaining in a market of […]

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New Report on Docklands Residential Property Market

The Docklands residential property market is thriving according to a report just published by Docklands Business Forum members and estate agents, Owen Reilly. The Docklands Residential Report highlights an annual increase in the price per square metre of 11.7% and a, marginally higher, annual increase in the average monthly rent of 12.1%; comparing the asking price reported […]

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2016 Docklands Business Awards – A night that celebrated achievement and the beginning of the next phase

“Dublin Port have done a fantastic job in developing the cruise tourism business; as a next step, we have the opportunity to develop the eastern end of the river and the Grand Canal Basin as a maritime tourism quarter.” Celebration and optimism were evident at The Gibson Hotel in Point Village when ten companies were […]

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2016 #DBF Awards Short List Announced

The closing date for this year’s Docklands Business Awards was Monday, October 24th. 76 valid nominations were received in this, the sixth, competition and the members of the Steering Committee of Docklands Business Forum have short-listed 44 companies across the 11 award categories of the #DBFAwards. The Docklands Business Awards celebrate, reward and encourage the […]

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Our vision for the Grand Canal Basin

On the 26th of August, a group assembled in the old DDDA building on Custom House Quay. Present were parties with an interest in the future of the Grand Canal Basin.  The Docklands Business Forum presented their vision for the Grand Canal Basin, one they have been promoting as the best option for the future […]

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#DocklandsSays Survey

Last week we took to the streets to collect responses for our #DocklandsSays survey. The survey examines the demographics of people living and working in the area. Through the survey we can see what docklands residents and employees want from the area, how they think businesses in the Docklands can support the local area and […]

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Establishment of Dublin Docklands Oversight and Consultative Forum

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority was dissolved on the 1st of March 2016 in accordance with the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (Dissolution) Act 2015. The Act provides for the establishment of a Docklands Oversight and Consultative Forum which will be independent in the performance of its functions.  The role of the Forum is to consider […]

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Taoiseach called on to create ‘Docklands tax’ as part of north inner city taskforce

THE TAOISEACH HAS heard calls to create a ‘Docklands Tax’ to help tackle problems in Dublin’s north inner city.A meeting earlier this evening saw Enda Kenny meet with all public representative from the Dublin Central constituency – the area where much of the recent gangland activity has taken place. Also in attendance at the meeting […]

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At our Brexit event Senator McDowell labels Brexit a case of ‘Myth Vs Math’ & calls on Irish in UK to vote #Remain.

With the clock ticking down to the British referendum that will decide the UK’s relationship with Europe for generations to come, the Docklands Business Forum hosted a Brexit Breakfast forum to shed some light on the uncertainty that overshadows Ireland’s future relationship with Britain. While the room chatted and mingled over croissants and fruit compote […]

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Pent up Demand for Docklands Property

In a new publication Owen Reilly, the Docklands estate agents have drawn attention to the strong asking prices and pent-up demand for property in the area. In a year when the agency achieved sale prices that were consistently 1.4% above asking, the report highlights average fourth quarter asking prices for the agency’s listings that were […]

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