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Revenue extends Debt Warehousing Scheme for a year

The Debt Warehousing Scheme provided a vital liquidity support to businesses suffering a downturn due to the Covid-19 pandemic Revenue has announced a 12 month extension to the Debt Warehousing Scheme to support businesses due to what it called the current challenging economic situation for companies. Under the scheme, businesses with warehoused debt were due …

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Drumcondra pub escapes demolition after Council refuses permission for new apartment scheme

PLANS TO DEVELOP an apartment complex and shops on the site of Quinn’s pub in Drumcondra have been rejected as Dublin City Council said its promoters had failed to justify the proposed demolition of the famous northside meeting place. Council planners ruled the pub, which was once owned by the bankrupt billionaire businessman, Seán Quinn, …

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VFI says lack of roadmap leaves pub sector floundering

The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) says the continued absence of a coherent roadmap to guide the pub sector towards reopening is causing huge distress to publicans, their families and staff. The VFI has described today’s announcement by Government about the planned easing of restrictions as a “missed opportunity” as it should have contained clear …

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LVA calls for more clarity on conditions for pubs reopening

The organisation representing Dublin pubs has said the Government must publicly communicate the circumstances that have to apply to permit the full reopening of the hospitality sector. In an opening statement sent to the Oireachtas tourism committee ahead of its appearance there today, the Licensed Vintners Association said it understands that specific reopening dates cannot yet …

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Irish pubs: The new plan for stage when pubs can reopen with key rule scrapped in Government announcement

Taoiseach Micheál Martin announced the Government’s New Living With Lockdown plan on Tuesday and there was little mention of pubs. The plan, formally named COVID-19 Resilience and Recovery 2021: The Path Ahead, lays out guidelines for when we can see a re-opening of the country. The Government is taking a ‘cautious approach’ in order to …

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RGRE Grafton Ltd Takes Legal Action Against Bewley’s Over Dispute About Ownership Of Stained Glass Windows At The Bewley’s Café On Dublin’s Grafton Street

Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) Grafton Ltd has claimed that Bewley’s wants taxpayers to foot its rent requirements for its café on Dublin’s Grafton Street by suggesting that it will donate the venue’s Harry Clarke stained glass windows to the Irish people, and the former company has taken legal action against Bewley’s over a dispute …

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Hotel And Restaurant Property On Dublin’s Baggot Street Hits The Market

A boutique hotel and restaurant property at 99/100 Baggot Street in Dublin has hit the market via Mason Owen & Lyons Commercial Property Consultants. Property Details The property’s listing on Mason Owen & Lyons’ website states, “Sole agents Mason Owen and Lyons are delighted to present 99/100 Baggot Street, Dublin 2, to the market for …

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Westridge Real Estate Receives Permission To Demolish Kielys Pub Of Donnybrook And Build A Co-Living Development On Its Site

Dublin City Council has granted Westridge Real Estate permission to construct a co-living development on the site of Kielys pub in the south Dublin suburb of Donnybrook. Westridge Real Estate applied for planning permission last September to demolish Kielys pub and build a shared living complex that would include a restaurant and café on the site. …

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Wedding Sector

Wedding sector seeks clarity

A wedding supplier survey conducted over ten days at the end of January 2021, amongst 500 businesses active in the wedding industry in Ireland has shown an industry with a conservative value to the Irish economy of €2.3bn per annum in real crisis. For 44% of the 501 respondents’ weddings make up over 75% of their …

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Irish Distilleries Honoured at Icons of Whisky Awards

Some of the best known distilleries in Ireland have been honoured at the recent virtual Icons of Whisky 2021 Awards, following on from winners in other regions including North America and Australia. The overall Distiller of the Year award went to Waterford Distillery, with Echlinville coming in as highly commended in the category. Craft Producer …

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