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W I L T O NS H O P P I N GC E N T R ES A R S F I E L D R O A D , W I LT O N , C O R KLibrary(Long Leasehold)Tesco (Owner Occupied)ContentsBank of IrelandPenneys (Primark)01. Executive Summary402. Location803. Asset Description1004. Tenancy & Income Analysis1405. Catchment & Demographics1606. Cork’s Retail Market & Competition1807. Future Enhancement Opportunities2008. Economic Overview2409. Further Information2610. Contacts26Site Boundary23

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRE01. Executive SummaryWilton is one of Cork’s dominant retail centres and offers a range of leading international and national brands. The establishedshopping centre is anchored by Cork’s only suburban Penneys (Primark) store, as well as Tesco (owner occupied). It attracts over5.5 million visitors per annum, and is one of the busiest centres in Cork.Wilton Shopping Centre is situated within the established and accessible suburb of Bishopstown and Wilton, 3.5km south west ofCork City Centre, opposite Cork University Hospital. Nearby is University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology. The centrehas a large catchment of 196,177 of which 36% is within the top tier AB socioeconomic class. The large catchment is due to theease of access from the surrounding road network.The centre offers the opportunity to significantly develop and build upon the existing scheme to create a dominant District Centre.HIGHLIGHTS Established shopping centre anchoredby international brands Penneys (Primark)and Tesco Comprising 62 retail units with an externalbank branch let to Bank of Ireland Key retailers include Peter Mark, Euro Giant,Easons, KBC, EBS, Boots, New Look,Lifestyle Sports and Specsavers WAULT of 7.3 years (to break) Large catchment of approx. 200,000inhabitants within a 15-minute drive time 36% of the catchment is within the top tierAB socioeconomic class Benefits from its location beside Cork’slargest Hospital and University Net Operating Income (NOI) of approx. 5.54 million Notification of Decision to Grant wasrecently received for a mixed-usedevelopment of approx. 39,121 sq m(421,095 sq ft) on the centre’s northernsection 98.5% occupancy Ample parking with over 1,000 spaces Extending to approx. 11,277 sq m(121,388 sq ft) excluding Tesco 68% of tenants are renowned national andinternational brands Impressive footfall of 5.5 million visitorslast year The South Link/N22 bypass providesexcellent access to the east/west and southof the City Tenants not affectedThe unique combination of accessibility from across the city and suburbs,proximity to the two largest third level institutes in Cork, and Cork UniversityHospital, make Wilton a strong retail location with a diverse consumer basethat supports the range of retailers within the scheme.4INVEST IN RETAILINVEST IN CORK Ireland’s economy continues to perform especiallywell, at 9.1% faster than any other EU country Vibrant city with a young skilled workforce Retail sales (ex. motor) up 5.4% (higher thanthe EU at 1.9%) Rich employment from a number of multinationalcompanies such as Apple, Pfizer, Johnson Controlsand Stryker Consumer sentiment consistently up Student population of over 30,000 Strong labour market with more than 74,100 netnew jobs per annum Growing population in excess of 500,000 (County Cork) Household disposable income up 5.2% 2nd largest city after Dublin Sustained growth in consumer credit balancesadding to consumers’ spending power Cork City is served by Cork Airport, which operates agrowing number of international flights includingthe USA and EuropeCork is set to become the fastest growing city in Ireland over the next 20 years with the population expected toalmost treble under the combination of The National Development Plan 2040 and the extension of the Cityboundaries, which will ultimately benefit Wilton.5

CORK CITY CENTREMardyke Sports GroundsUniversity College CorkHayfield Manor HotelN22MAGAZINE ROADMODEL FARM ROADR641Cork University DentalSchool and HospitalR849Cork University HospitalW I LT O NSHOPPING CENTREPROPOSED REDEVELOPMENTLidlBISHOPSTOWN ROADAldiSt Joseph's ChurchWilton Shopping Centreis situated within theexpanding suburbof Bishopstown andWilton, 3.5kmsouthwest of CorkCity Centre.SARSFIELD ROADCork AirportSite BoundaryTesco Owner Occupied667

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRE02. LocationMACRO LOCATIONACCESSIBILITY & INFRASTRUCTUREMICRO LOCATIONIreland is deemed as one of the strongest performingproperty markets globally, with a population of approx.4.8 million.The country has an excellent road network and publictransport infrastructure with main arterial roads running thelength of the country as well as national rail and bus services.The property is located in Cork, situated in the south of thecountry, approx. 266km from Ireland’s capital city, Dublin.The county has a population in excess of 500,000 inhabitantsmaking it the 2nd largest in the country after Dublin. CountyCork is also the largest county in Ireland in terms of squarekilometres at 7,457km2.Cork City is served by Cork Airport, which operates a growingnumber of international flights including the USA, UnitedKingdom, Netherlands, Spain and many more. Cork alsobenefits from a large port that is the key seaport in the southof Ireland ideally situated for European trading.Wilton Shopping Centre is situated within the expandingsuburb of Bishopstown and Wilton, 3.5km southwest of CorkCity Centre. The immediate area is serviced by an excellentnational road infrastructure with the principal national road(N25/N40) serving the Cork Gateway adjoining the site. Thearea benefits from a high quality cycle lane provision meaningthe city centre can be accessed in less than 10 minutes fromthe shopping centre.Cork City is the primary centre for industry in the south ofIreland with pharmaceuticals and information technologybeing its main employment sectors. Multinationals suchas Apple Inc. have their European headquarters hereemploying over 3,000 staff across manufacturing, research& development and customer support. Pfizer Inc., JohnsonControls, Eli Lilly, Stryker and Swiss company Novartis are alsolarge employers in the DUBLINWICKLOWN18VM WareN11M7University College CorkR608Cork UniversityDental School& HospitalCork Instituteof TechnologyCork University HospitalM7M9LIMERICKM8N21N240R852R610Mahon Golf ClubR851SOUTH RING0N40R610RO ADWEXFORDMALLOWN25N22CORKCork City is served by CorkAirport, which operates anumber of international flightsincluding the USAR851DouglasGolfClubW I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRESpur HillUpper GrangeCarrs Hill28NWaterhillR600N71Ireland is deemed as one of thestrongest performing propertymarkets globally.Cork ARYBIADROR8ADROCorkCity CentreN28N24KILKENNYOPSHNOWSTENHESSLASOUTH LIN K ROADATHLONEN22M1N27M2MULLINGARN 27N17R641N3ROADCork Kent Railway StationCARRINGROHANEROADDROGHEDAN5N4IRELANMLOWER GN8R641CAVANN4KILLARNEYSt Luke’sN3CASTLEBARCork is the Europeanheadquarters of Apple Inc.employing over 3,000 staffFairhillsApple Inc.SLIGON59N17County Cork has a population inexcess of 500,000 inhabitantsmaking it the 2nd largest in thecountry after 26N15N84The immediate area is servicedby an excellent national roadinfrastructureThe shopping centre has its own sense of community with thepresence of a modern public library, a car wash facility and ataxi service company on the grounds, and located adjacent isa community centre, a public house and St. Joseph’s Church,all conveniently accessed by public walk ways from theshopping centre.The local area is densely populated with residential housingcreating a catchment of 196,117 people within a 15-minutedrive time of the asset. The Wilton area benefits from aN22Other notable employers include Heineken, Amazon, CorkUniversity Hospital (adjacent to Wilton Shopping Centre),Boston Scientific, Cork City Council, Cork Institute ofTechnology and University College Cork.range of amenities which include Cork University Hospital,Ireland’s largest teaching hospital, two of Cork’s leading thirdlevel educational providers, University College Cork and CorkInstitute of Technology, together with local parks and sportsclubs.9

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRE03. Asset DescriptionWilton Shopping Centre first opened in 1979 and underwent anextensive extension in 2003 which included the addition of aTesco Superstore (owner occupied) and 11 large units. In 2007,Penneys took occupation at the northern end of the scheme.The centre extends to approx. 11,277 sq m (121,388 sq ft)(excluding Tesco) of sales, ancillary and storage accommodation,predominantly over one trading level. The centre comprises anenclosed mall running north to south with Penneys anchoring itsnorthern end and Tesco its southern end. The two anchor storesare linked via two malls situated at the eastern and western endof the centre. In addition to this there is a standalone externalunit occupied by the Bank of Ireland, which extends to 664 sq m(7,146 sq ft).The shopping centre has extensive surface car parking facilities,with over 1,000 car spaces, located around the centre allowingfor direct customer access to each of the four entrances.YEARLY FOOTFALL FIGURESYearTotal per ,506,7715,500,0005,642,285Total per Year6,000,0006,022,4876,500,0002017Consistently strong footfall.1011

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRERetail UnitCafé/RestaurantOther UseENTRANCEVacantOwner OccupiedNot to scale. For indicative purposes B9, 10B48, ,14E50ENTRANCEENTRANCEUnrivalled tenant mix, with Retailersoffering everyday consumer items,driving repeat footfall to the centre.1213

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRETENANT MIX04. Tenancy & Income AnalysisLocal38%34%Multinational68% of tenantsare categorised asrenowned national andinternational brands.LEASING OVERVIEW Penneys’ (Primark) only suburban store in Cork, wherethey have been in occupation since 2007 reinforcingthe centre’s position as a dominant suburban scheme68% of tenants are categorised as renowned nationaland international brands Consistently low vacancy rate of 1.5% Opportunity to increase rent roll through letting ofvacant units and actioning upcoming rent reviewsKEY TENANT PROFILES Lack of cross over tenants adds the possibility toexpand the tenant offer and diversify the mix evenfurther Potential to actively engage with tenants in order toimprove the WAULTTOP TEN TENANTS BY PASSING RENTUnit No.Lease NameTenantAnchorPrimark LtdPenneys48/49New Look Retailers(Ireland) LimitedNew LookExternal unitThe Governor & Companyof the Bank of IrelandBank of Ireland 292,0335%3.354/55Donese Wilton LimitedLifestyle Sports 203,0004%10.845The Works Stores LimitedThe Works 150,0003%8.224Wilton Chi LimitedCafé Hi 142,5003%13.356Sara McGregorHomefront 131,8202%14.333B/34/35/36J.R. Porter (Wilton) LimitedEasons 127,0002%1.328/29/31/30CBushgrove LimitedEuro Giant 120,0002%4.13Game Shop LimitedGame Stop 100,0002%10.2 2,857,35351%9.6Total14National28%Annual PassingRent% of TotalPassing RentUnexpiredLease Term 1,226,00022%14.0 365,0006%0.817%Primark LtdPrimark Limited trading as Penneys opened its first storein Dublin in 1969. Today it operates in 350 stores in 11countries across Europe and the US. According to Dun& Bradstreet, Primark Limited has a rating of O3 and isclassified as lower than average risk of business failurebased on accounts dated September 2017.Euro GiantBushgrove Limited is trading as Euro Giant. Euro Giantcurrently trades from 85 retail outlets nationwide.According to Dun & Bradstreet, Bushgrove Limited’srating is 2A 2 based on turnover in excess of 40million as recorded in May 2017 company accounts.BootsBoots Retail (Ireland) Limited is trading as Boots andis one of the Ireland’s leading pharmacy and beautyretailers. Established in Ireland since 1996, Boots has 80stores trading nationwide as the largest pharmacy chainin Ireland. According to Dun & Bradstreet, Boots Retail(Ireland) Limited’s rating is 5A 2 based on turnover inexcess of 378 million as of August 2017.Bank of IrelandThe Bank of Ireland Group is a diversified FinancialServices Group. Bank of Ireland, now a subsidiary ofBank of Ireland Group plc, was established in 1783 byRoyal Charter. According to Dun & Bradstreet, Bank ofIreland has a rating of O3 based on turnover in excessof 5.3 billion as of December 2015.New Look Retailers (Ireland) LtdNew Look Retailers (Ireland) Ltd trading as New Look,is an international fashion retailer with 29 stores inIreland. According to Dun & Bradstreet, New LookRetailers (Ireland) Limited has a rating of 4A 1 based onturnover in excess of 63.4 million as of March 2017.15

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTREThe catchment for Wilton Shopping Centreis generally within a 15 minute drivetimesouth west of Cork City.05. Catchment & DemographicsThe catchment for Wilton Shopping Centre is generally within a 15 minute drivetime south west of Cork City. The population ofthis area is 196,117, up 5% since the 2011 Census.The demographic profile of the catchment can be categorised as follows:CATCHMENT SPEND RELEVANT TO WILTON SHOPPING CENTRE90%68%of the population is in the 25 agecategory, the prominent spenders36%of the catchment is within the top tiersocial class of professional, managerialand technical (AB), which is on par withthe national average86%of the catchment is in employment,students, retired or dedicated to homeduties which is on par with the nationalaverage33%of the catchment has completed thirdlevel or vocational education which isabove the national average of 48%The total annualhousehold spendwithin the definedcatchment is50%According to Gamma*, the total annual spend within the defined catchment is in the region of 58 million. This includes goodsand services that would not be common in a shopping centre. The spend has been refined to reflect expenditure categories thatare relevant to Wilton Shopping Centre.of the housing stock is occupiedcompared to the national residentialoccupancy rate of 85%75%of population has at least 1 carof households have no mortgage,increasing their disposal incomes 57.9 millionHousehold ExpenditureWeekly SpendYearly SpendArea (%)Food & Non Alcoholic Drink 8,363,007 434,876,36514%Alcoholic Drink & Tobacco 2,029,974 105,558,6684%Clothing & Footwear 2,204,957 114,657,7844%Non-Durable Household Goods 1,072,037 55,745,9282%Durable Household Goods 1,774,061 92,251,1673%Health 1,324,212 68,859,0212%Miscellaneous Goods and Services 9,838,798 511,617,49117% 26,607,047 1,383,566,42446%Total Expenditure* Annual spend is based on the 2016 census and Household Budget Survey 2015/2016, adjusted by Gamma annually in line with theCSO CPI data releaseDEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE65 years45 to 64 years14% 15 years17%15%23%CATCHMENT AREA EXPENDITURE15 to 24 yearsMiscellaneousGoods andServices17%14%4%31%25 to 44 yearsHealth2%Durable Household Goods163% 2%4%Food & NonAlcoholic DrinkAlcoholic Drink& TobaccoClothing & FootwearApproximately 46% of the annualexpenditure of this catchment is allocatedto food, non-alcoholic drink, clothing andfootwear and miscellaneous goods andservices. Given Wilton’s large catchment,convenient location and tenant mix it shouldcapture a significant proportion of thisspend.Non-Durable Household Goods17

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRE06. Cork’s Retail Market & Competition0N4FairhillsSt Luke’sIRELANMLOWER GN8CarrigrohaneROADCork Kent Railway StationCARRINGROHANE ROADN2 2R608BINWTO4R8CorkCity Centre9GBeaumontR852R610Mahon Point1Mahon Golf ClubR8512 Wilton Shopping CentreSOUTH RING0RO ADN4Douglas Village503 Douglas CourtR610N28N4SOPSHADROENHESSLAADROSOUTH LIN K ROADNew entrants to the Cork retail market in recent times includeSostrene Grene, Smiggle, Homesense and Superdry. Demandfrom food and beverage operators has increased, particularlyin shopping centres with a leisure or community focus.LotaR614N27Cork is set to become the fastest growing city in Ireland overthe next 20 years with the population expected to almosttreble under the combination of The National DevelopmentPlan 2040 and the extension of the City boundaries, which willultimately benefit Wilton.R615R635N20Penneys (Primark) have their other Cork store on St Patrick’sStreet, where they are in the process of acquiring adjoiningbuildings in order to expand their offering, highlighting thedemand for Penneys in Cork.4 BlackpoolR641The current demand for retail is primarily focused on theCity Centre, and the key suburban shopping centres, namelyMahon Point and Wilton Shopping Centre. With a positive shiftin consumer spending, both Wilton and Mahon Point havevirtually 100% occupancy.N22Retail activity in Cork has shown continued signs of strength,with the new 40,000 sq ft Capitol retail development onSt Patrick’s Street, the prime retail street in the City Centre,fully let to Lifestyle and Homesense. The vacancy rate for thestreet at the end of Q2 2018 decreased to 6.8%.DouglasGolfClubN 27N71R851BallinoraSpur HillUpper GrangeCarrs HillN28Cork AirportWaterhill1R60012345Mahon PointWiltonDouglas CourtBlackpoolDouglas VillageSize (approx. sq ft)370,000175,000160,000160,000230,000Year Built/Extended20051979 / 2003c. 199020001970’s /2010OwnerDekaYorkVardeVardeOaktreeDebenhams& TescoTesco& PenneysDunnes StoresDunnes Stores& AldiTesco& M&SFootfall (approx.)6 million5.5 million3.9 million3.5 million3.5 millionProximity to Wilton10 km8 km5 km6 km23RANKING8N2N71CORK’S SHOPPING CENTRESShopping CentreAnchorsThe current demand for retail is primarilyfocused on the City Centre, Mahon Pointand Wilton Shopping Centres.1819

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRE07. Future EnhancementOpportunitiesSHOPPING CENTRE EXTENSIONThe single storey shopping centre is situated on a large site of approximately4.45 hectares (11 acres) offering the opportunity to maximise the potential ofthe site and create a vibrant District Centre in an area of proven demand.Notification of Decision to Grant was recently received for the centre’s northernsection, close to Cork University Hospital. The proposed development consistsan extension to the existing shopping centre ranging in height from two toseven storeys.The proposed extension consists of: Retail and cafe/restaurant uses over three levels compromising 21,223 sq m(228,442 sq ft) GIA 14 screen cinema compromising 4,165 sq m (44,831 sq ft) GIA Offices compromising 4,398 sq m (47,339 sq ft) GIA 190-bedroom hotel compromising 9,335 sq m (100,249 sq ft) GIA Public plaza and outdoor seating area Multi storey car park with 6 levels providing 874 spaces Surface car park on the roof of the second storey which is accessed fromthe multi storey car park providing 257 spaces and the replacement of 178surface car parking spaces as well as 227 bicycle parking spaces and 70motorbike parking spacesThe plans propose removal of the 40,000 sq ft Penneys store, Homefront storeand 420 surface-level car spaces. The centre’s two existing malls, home toapproximately 60 retailers, and the Tesco store will remain unaffected.Planning documentation including site plans can be found in the data room.New mall entrance with cinema overheadPROPOSED GROUNDFLOOR EXTENSIONHotel with proposed Anchor signage at lower levelCinema fronting onto Bishopstown RoadComputer generated images (CGIs) for illustration purposes only.2021

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRENotification of Decision to Grant was recently receivedto build upon the existing scheme to create a vibrant“District Centre” which will further enhance the senseof community in the area.Cinema fronting onto Bishopstown RoadComputer generated images (CGIs) for illustration purposes only.2223

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRE08. Economic OverviewIRELAND’S ECONOMY, EMPLOYMENT& DISPOSABLE INCOMEIreland’s economy continues to perform well with totaloutput rising faster than in any other EU country. Growthin consumer spending continues to contribute positivelyto this and expectations are that this trend will continue.Underpinning this is a strongly performing labour market. Inthe last twelve months, more than 62,000 net new jobs havebeen created across a broad range of sectors and, as a result,total employment has surpassed its boom-time peak on aseasonally adjusted basis. Unemployment has fallen to 5.1%in July, well below the EU average of 6.9%. This has furtherintensified competition in the labour market and, as a result,real average earnings (wages) are now rising by 2.2% perannum. As unemployment continues to fall, further upwardpressure on wages is likely to emerge. Strong jobs growth hasalso provided the fiscal space for tax reductions in consecutivebudgets, helping to significantly boost household disposableincomes by over 5% per annum (see Figure 1).CORK REGIONRETAIL MARKET SUMMARYJobs growth is also broadly based, with the south West ofIreland (which incorporates counties Cork and Kerry) addingover 40,000 net new jobs since the cycle low in Q1 2011.Office based employment in Cork - which includes workers infinancial, insurance and real estate activities, ICT, professionalservices and public and private administration - has playeda key role in this recovery, with numbers employed rising byalmost 10% since Q1 2016. Some of the large office-basedemployers in Cork include Apple, VM Ware, Johnson Controlsand Clearstream. The greater numbers of highly skilledworkers in and around the City should be supportive of retailfoot traffic.Solid consumer spending trends continue to be corroboratedby monthly retail sales data, with headline sales volumesrising by 7.0% in the year to June. Eurostat data show thatsales volumes (excluding motor vehicles and motorcyclesales) in Ireland increased by 5.1% over the same period somewhat stronger growth than the EU as a whole (1.9%).Figure 2 shows that the vast majority of sectors recordedpositive sales growth over the past 12 months. While salesvolumes continue to grow, falling prices across most sectorshas been a common theme in the retail economy. Onereason for this is an ongoing compositional shift in the Irishretail landscape towards mid-market and value brands. It alsoreflects lower input costs for retailers, most recently, due toweak Sterling.In addition, Cork’s population has grown strongly in recentyears. According to the latest Census, a net additional 23,836( 4.6%) persons were added to the headcount between2011-2016. At 5.1%, growth in the City and surroundingsuburbs was even faster over the same period. While latestdata indicate that population growth in the south west ismoderating in-line with the country as a whole, the headcountin the region still rose by 5,600 in the last twelve months.24Specialist FoodsMotor FuelBarsClothing & Footwaer2018 Q12017 Q12017 Q32016 Q12016 Q32015 Q12015 Q32014 Q12014 Q32013 Q12013 Q32012 Q12012 Q32011 Q12011 Q32010 Q12010 Q32009 Q12009 Q32008 Q12008 Q32007 Q12007 Q32006 Q12006 Q32005 Q12005 Q32004 Q12004 Q3-8-2Furniture & Lighting-620Books / Newspaper-44Department Stores-26Pharmacy08Grocery210Electrical Goods% Change Y/Y412Motors614Hardware, Paint & GlassIreland’s economycontinues to performwell with totaloutput rising fasterthan in any other EUcountry.8Source:CSOIreland’s economy looks set to continueto perform favourably with consensusforecasts pointing to further jobs growthof 2.4% and 2.0% in 2018 and 2019respectively. These gains will continue tosupport positive consumer spending trendsand should help underpin retail rents inthe process. Indeed, Savills’ analysis showsthat jobs growth is ultimately the strongestdriver of growth in retail rents.Figure 2: Change in the Volume Retail Sales by Sector% Change Y/YFigure 1: Real Household Disposable Income (4 QMA)OUTLOOKSavills analysisshows that jobsgrowth is ultimatelythe strongest driverof growth in retailrents.Source:CSO25

W I LT O NSHOPPING CENTRE09. Further InformationPROPERTY MANAGEMENTWEBSITEThe scheme is managed by Clarendon. Informationregarding the service charge and operation can befound in the data room.www.wiltonshoppingcentre.comBERThe property is held Freehold/Long Leasehold.TITLEBER numbers available upon request.10. ContactsVIEWINGSSOLICITORSAll viewings are strictly by appointment through Savills, the sole selling agent.PSRA No. 002233Savills Dublin33 Molesworth StreetDublin 2IrelandSavills Cork11 South MallCorkIrelandWilliam Fry2 Grand Canal SquareDublin 2IrelandFergus O’FarrellT: 353 1 618 1311E: fergus.ofarrell@savills.ieIsobel O’ReganT: 353 21 490 6344E: isobel.oregan@savills.ieEdward SpainT: 353 1 639 5304E: edward.spain@williamfry.comLeona MullenT: 353 1 618 1762E: leona.mullen@savills.ieChris O’CallaghanT: 353 21 490 6123E: chris.ocallaghan@savills.iePROPERTY MISREPRESENTATION ACTThe Agents and the Vendor/Lessor give note that the particulars and information contained in this brochure do not form any part of any offer or contract and are for guidance only. The particulars, descriptions, dimensions, references tocondition, permissions or licences for use or occupation, access and any other details, such as prices, rents or any other outgoings are for guidance only and are subject to change. Maps and plans are not to scale and measurements areapproximate. Whilst care has been taken in the preparation of this brochure intending purchasers, Lessees or any third party should not rely on particulars and information contained in this brochure as statements of fact but must satisfythemselves as to the accuracy of details given to them. Neither Savills Ireland, nor any of their employees have any authority to make or give any representation or warranty (express or implied) in relation to the property and neitherSavills Ireland nor any of their employees nor the vendor or lessor shall be liable for any loss suffered by an intending purchaser/lessees or any third party arising from the particulars or information contained in this brochure. Prices quotedare exclusive of VAT (unless otherwise stated) and all negotiations are conducted on the basis that the purchasers/ lessees shall be liable for any VAT arising on the transaction.Designed and produced by Creativeworld. Tel 44 [0] 1282 858200.2627


5.5 million visitors per annum, and is one of the busiest centres in Cork. Wilton Shopping Centre is situated within the established and accessible suburb of Bishopstown and Wilton, 3.5km south west of Cork City Centre, opposite Cork University Hospital. Nearby is University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology. The centre

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