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The Liberties Business Area Improvement Initiative is a partnership between Dublin City Council and local businesses and stakeholders that is working to transform the commercial heart of Dublin 8 through public and private sector investment, to create a more vibrant and attractive city neighbourhood.

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The Liberties Dublin: Retail Prospectus 2017  
The Liberties Dublin: Retail Prospectus 2017  

Be part of a vibrant city district with opportunities across independent retailing, markets, cafes and restaurants, design and craft, touris...

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