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A healthy mix of retail, office, leisure, residential and health is seen as the future for our high streets and retail destinations. The current environment is redefining “mixed use” development; shifting from single use with add-ons, to a truly vibrant destination that matches what the particular community – small or large – needs.Structural changes in the retail sector, driven by factors that include changing consumer behaviour, technology and rising costs, are speeding up the agenda. Constant attention is needed to repurpose what is on offer. The impact of COVID-19 has made the need for action more urgent. The right combination will vary from location to location. Responses will be individual not uniform, depending on a variety of dynamics - local land values, demographics and economy, for example. We have worked and are working on a variety of mixed use and repurposed schemes throughout the country; bringing together bespoke teams and developing bespoke solutions for each of our clients. Our experience and networks, in both the public and private sector, means that we can facilitate collaborative partnerships for our clients that acknowledge their different specialisms.
Dedicated experts in retail, leisure, health and commercial offices come together, a flexible combination that brings together their particular knowledge in support of every part of your plans.
By Crispin Tomlinson
Considering the future of housing
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By Nick Knapman
Considering the future of retail
By Sarah Flanagan
The introduction of Directive (EU) 2020/1828, foresees the creation of a new tool within the sphere of consumer redress: consumer class action, or rather EU-Style representative action. The Directive is set to be transposed into Irish law by way of…
By Julie-Anne Binchy
Welcome to the DAC Beachcroft Dublin Commercial Litigation update.
We have prepared guidance and commentary on recent developments together with some helpful updates which we hope will be of interest to you.
Progress on The General Scheme of…
By Charlotte Burke
The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, recently announced that the leadership structure of Ireland’s data regulator, the Data Protection Commission (“DPC”), is set to expand. The current organisational structure of the DPC places Helen Dixon as…
By Rob Biddlecombe
This month marks the first anniversary of the Liverpool Women's Hospital attack, which killed the suspected bomber and injured the driver of the taxi in which he was travelling. The Queen’s Speech 2022 outlined a proposed Protect Duty Bill with the…
DAC Beachcroft were instructed on behalf of Aviva Insurance in the cases of Bruce McKinlay v Aviva and David Cromie v Aviva.
By Daniel Kendall
The purchase price paid for development land may sometimes be deferred. The purchase price may paid in the future in one lump sum or there may be phased payments of part.
Deferred payments frequently go hand in hand with a legal charge over the…
By Stefan Desbordes
On 23 rd November, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) published its annual statistics on work related ill-health and workplace injuries for the 2021/22 period.
The HEADLINE figures …
1.8 million cases of work-related illness, of which are:…
By Malory Zafra Sierra
La prescripción, como modo de extinción de las obligaciones, es un fenómeno que no escapa al derecho de seguros y que por el contrario, es ampliamente debatido en todas las jurisdicciones del mundo, precisamente por los efectos liberatorios o…
By Florence Clissitt
A recent spate of case law in the solicitors’ negligence arena has brought more guidance on when summary judgment and strike out applications will be successful for defendant law firms.
By Emma Murphy-O’Connor
John Hodge Solicitors acted on behalf of Mr David Ellis after an injury suffered from an accident at a restaurant in 2014. The personal injury claim centred on whether the chronic pain and psychological symptoms experienced by Mr Ellis were caused…