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Feasibility study by SQW Ltd. and Oxford Innovation recommends high impact innovation space options. The opportunity to deliver dynamic new innovation space in South Dublin follows on from actions outlined in the Dublin Regional Action Plan for Jobs and the Dublin Regional Enterprise Strategy. South Dublin...

Following a number of years of difficult economic conditions, the Irish and Dublin economies have recovered to rank amongst the most competitive in Europe. Business costs in the capital remain relatively low, while the labour market has improved and contributed to high levels of value...

The retail sector represents Ireland's largest indigenous industry employing almost 280,000 people, accounting for almost 14% of Irish jobs and 23% of the State’s tax revenue. While retail has been through a period of change over the past decade, with a decline of 40,000 jobs from...

After several years of unavoidable restraint government capital spending has begun to increase and there will likely be an expanded capital programme in the years immediately ahead. This has spurred a debate on regional development and on the priorities for infrastructure investment, including the perennial Dublin...