The Irish investment market is booming, with its less volatile nature making it increasingly attractive to foreign investors.

The living and logistics sectors are proving increasingly popular but while high demand is great news for owners and vendors, what impact could this have on the occupational markets? And how does the city make sure it manages growth in such a way to ensure Dublin’s attractiveness to investors, occupiers and its inhabitants alike?

In this session we will look at the drivers of growth across Dublin – particularly in the logistics and livings sectors, the supply pipeline, challenges and opportunities in a post-Covid world – and what Dublin can do to ensure it remains the city of choice for investors, occupiers and residents.

  • 5pm – Registration and Networking
  • 6pm – Chair’s welcome 
  • 6.05pm – Video production
  • 6.15pm – Panel: Never too hot to handle: How Dublin is managing its enviable growth
  • 7pm – Networking & drinks
  • 8pm – Close


Mairead Finlay

Head of real estate, EY Law Ireland

Hazel Jones

Strategic planning director, Bartra

Colm Lauder

Head of real estate, investment banking, Goodbody

Patrick Phelan

Managing director, Ballymore

John Ring

Director of research, Savills

Piers Wehner

Senior writer, EG

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