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On the instructions of The Railway Procurement Agency (RPA)


Latest date for receipt of tenders 12 Noon Friday 25th September 2009

Interested parties are invited to make a non-legally binding tender

offer and submission, in respect of the letting of the Dundrum Station

House, on a subject to lease basis and subject to RPA Board approval.

Tenderers are requested to complete the available form and to attach

appropriate information to their tender, such as details of trading

history and experience, concept and trading style envisaged, details

of their existing businesses and turnover, a landlord's reference, trade

references and a bank reference.

The tender deadline is 12 Noon on Friday 25th September 2009. The

tenders are to be returned to the offices of Lisney, 24 St Stephen’s

Green, Dublin 2 in a sealed envelope marked “Tender - Dundrum

Station House”. Late tenders will not be considered.

The RPA is not obliged to accept the highest or any proposal

received. The RPA may, at its discretion, seek clarification and/or

decide to interview one or more parties in respect of their offer to

rent the Dundrum Station House.

A 4 year 9 month lease will be offered to a suitable tenant.

The tenant will be responsible for other outgoings such as

commercial rates, water rates and insurances.


RPA Solicitor, Mr Barry Magee, will prepare all Railway Procurement

Agency agreements and documents for distribution by Lisney to

interested parties.


For further information, plans of the building, copy of the tender

form and draft agreement for lease, contact Ross Shorten, Maeve

Furlong or Niamh Walsh of Lisney, 01 638 2700.

Possible future car park plan.

Suit café, newsagents, convenience store, restaurant, offices or a mixture of such

uses (subject to planning permission).

Tenders are sought from experienced operators for this exciting business

opportunity at the Dundrum Luas Stop beside Dundrum Village.


24 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.

Tel: 01 638 2700

Fax: 01 676 6540



5 Linenhall Street, Belfast BT2 8AA. Tel: +44-2890-501501. Fax: +44-2890-501505.


No. 1 South Mall, Cork. Tel: 021 427 5079. Fax: 021-427 2405


This building of 133 sq. m. (1,432 sq. ft.) internal area is under refurbishment by

the RPA and is available for occupation from mid-2010 on a 4 year 9 month

lease. Potential for outside seating beside platform. Car spaces available to let.

Lisney for themselves and the Vendor/Lessor whose Agents they are give notice that: 1. These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. 2. All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made

without responsibility on the part of the Agents or the Vendor/Lessor and none of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. 3. The particulars, various

plans, photographs, dimensions, references to condition and permissions for use and occupation are given in good faith and are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and any intending Purchasers or Tenants shall

satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to correctness of each of them. No omission, accidental error or misdescription shall be ground for a claim for compensation nor for the recision of the contract by either the

Vendor/Lessor or the Purchaser/Tenant. 4. Neither the Vendor/Lessor nor Lisney nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to the property. 5. Prices are

quoted exclusive of VAT (unless otherwise stated) and all negotiations are conducted on the basis that the Purchaser/Tenant shall be liable for any VAT arising on the transaction.

01 638 2700

01 638 2700



This is an exciting business opportunity offered to let by The Railway

Procurement Agency (RPA) situated in the heart of this exceptional

commercial and residential south Dublin urban area.

The Luas stop is just off Main Street, opposite the Dundrum

Shopping Centre and a short distance from Dundrum Town Centre

with it’s 160 shops, cinemas and restaurants. The Dundrum Shopping

Centre and much of the main street, excluding the church, are to

make way in time for the very substantial development of Phase 2 of

the Dundrum Town Centre. Current anchor tenants include Tesco,

Marks & Spencer, House of Fraser, Next, Harvey Nichols, H&M, and

many more.

The LUAS tram system passes though the town, over the large cablestayed

bridge at Taney Cross which is the biggest engineering

structure on the line.


The LUAS at Dundrum

Dundrum Station House

Dundrum Town Centre

The property, which is contained on the Register of Protected Structures,

extends to approximately 133 sq.m. (1,432 sq.ft.) internal area. The station

is situated beside a former print works which is to be demolished and this

site, together with the land behind the Station House, is to be converted

into a private parking area, subject to planning permission.

The Station House, following a fire in 2008, is to be refurbished. It is

proposed that a planning permission application for this refurbishment,

and a change of use of the building, will be applied for by the RPA to Dun

Laoghaire Rathdown County Council following the acceptance of a

proposal to let the Station House.

While the RPA have an open mind in relation to future uses for this

building and protected structure, it is anticipated that interest will be

shown in renting it by café's, newsagents, convenience stores,

restaurants and office occupiers. It is also possible that the building may

suit a mixture of such uses.

The property is situated in an area zoned Major Town Centre MTC “to

protect, provide for and/or improve major town centre facilities” under

the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Department Plan 2004-

2010. A great many uses are permitted in principle under the MTC zoning.

Subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission, the Station

House also offers potential for the provision of outside seating

between the building and the platform area. It is anticipated that such

a seating area would be held by a tenant from the RPA under a

separate licence agreement.

Following the demolition of the nearby former print works and the

creation of the proposed new private car park to the rear of the Station

House, the tenant will be offered the opportunity to park in allocated car

park spaces within the area, subject to agreement on rental. Parties

submitting tenders for consideration will be asked to declare the number

of car park spaces that they would require along with their rental offer.

Dundrum Station House under refurbishment

Dundrum Shopping Centre

01 638 2700

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