Changes in vehicle ownership trends among Gen Z due to pandemic The coming of age of the Gen Z group is coinciding with widespread availability of car sharing, services which have a predominantly young customer profile.

83 per cent of 18-24 year olds say pandemic encouraged them to learn to drive

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Can Dundrum Town Centre hold on to its place as Ireland’s retail mecca? Dundrum Town Centre: when the mall opened, in March 2005, a reported 75,000 people visited on the first day. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

With Brown Thomas’s expansion delayed, the mall looks to other areas for reinvigoration

Councillors back rezoning that could allow 2,200 homes in north Dublin Cllr Noeleen Reilly (Independent), said the redevelopment plan that could lead to as many as 2,200 new homes near Finglas village (above) was an “excellent” proposal with “huge opportunities” for the village, “which has been dying on its knees for many years”. File photograph: Google Street View

Dublin City Councillors support plan for 100-acre Finglas site by 43 votes to 17

All changed in the retail landscape Globally what we are seeing is an evolution to consumer commerce where, increasingly, consumer-facing businesses offer products and services without the need for a physical store legacy

The transformation of the retail sector began long before anyone had heard of coronavirus, but the Covid-19 pandemic has served to accelerate it

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